Nokia Adds to U.S. CDMA Phone Offering
Mar 16, 2005
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Mobile phone equipment manufacturer Nokia unveiled a three new Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) handsets.

The new phones include the Nokia 2115i, which features voice dialing, voice commands, and a built-in speakerphone. Color covers are also available with a built-in flashlight.

The Nokia 3155 features dual displays, including a large 128 by 160 pixel primary display, 12 MB of user memory for images, downloadable applications, MP3 ringtones, and PDA information, and voice functionality. The phone also features a built-in speakerphone and PC synchronization for PDA information as well as an integrated stereo FM radio.

The Nokia 6155 is fold-style camera phone that features a 1-megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom, built-in LED flash, and support for video recording and playback at 15 frames per second. The 6155 also features dual TFT color screens, including a 262K color primary display, and a mapping, routing and navigation system. In addition, the phone features voice command functionality and supports polyphonic, MP3, and ACC ring tone formats.

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