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Nokia Launches 7 New Handsets

News by Michael Oryl on Monday June 13, 2005.

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Nokia launched a boat-load of new handsets today, including a new WCDMA/UMTS 3G handset that runs on the new 3rd Edition of the Series 40 platform.

The new 3G slider is known as the 6280. It is a triband GSM handset with 2100Mhz WCDMA/UMTS support. It has dual cameras, a QVGA 262k color display, and a miniSD slot. Full specs here.

The 2 megapixel camera equipped 6270 is a quad-band GSM device that will work just about anywhere on the planet. It also has a large 262k color QVGA display. Full specs here.

Nokia's new compact slider, the 6111, is big on features without being big overall. It has a 1 megapixel camera and a 128x160 pixel, 262k color display. Full specs here.

Nokia 6060 is an affordable clamshell handset with high-style and most all of the features you need on a daily basis to get by in life. Full specs here.

Nokia's new flagship CDMA handset is the 6265. It boasts Bluetooth, a large QVGA 262k color display, and a 2 megapixel camera with a flash, as well as a miniSD memory card slot. Full specs here.

Nokia also launched a pair of new entry level CDMA devices. You can read about the folding 2255 here, and the candybar form factor 2125 here.


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