Nokia is ready to launch five new cell phones. The 6080, 1110i, and 6151 for the GSM users and the 6275(i) and 2875(i) for the CDMA lovers of the world. The only 3G phone among them is the 6151. The 6151 features a 1.3 megapixel camera, 30MB on-board memory, and WCDMA. It will be launched for 240 euros this summer. The 2875(i) has a 1.3 megapixel camera, whereas the 6275(i) supports a 2 megapixel camera. The 1110i sells for 45 euros and being targeted at first time users. The 1110i is ugly since it doesn’t even have a color display. The tri-band 6080 provides FM radio, camera, and EDGE. It will sell for about 180 euros. Via MobileMag.
Nokia 6080 has camera and video recorder capabilities with a stereo FM radio. The elegant new handset features a blinking light effect to indicate a missed call or a received message. Nokia 6080 offers a talk time of up to 3.5 hours and a standby time of up to 12 days, and will be available in several stylish colors; black, gold and silver. It measures 105.4 mm x 44.3 mm x 18.6 mm and weighs 91g. Via SlashPhone.
Pantech IM-S110 is an ultra slim phone with a 3.2MP Camera, a Mp3 player, a FM Tuner and a miniSD, available in Pink or White. There’s a built in dictionary for translating between Korean and English. Via Gizmodo.
Gigabyte G-Smart i120 is another PDA phone announced by Gigabyte in Computex 2006. This PDA phone is using Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 and has a 262k colors TFT screen (240 x 320 pixel), 256MB ROM, 64MB RAM, 2.0 megapixel camera, WiFi, Bluetooth, Infrared, mini USB and SD Card slot, FM radio, TV Tuner, and 192 polyphonic ringtones. With this PDA phone, you can receive TV program through its built in receiver. It works well at GSM Triband 900/1800/1900. Via SlashPhone.
Nokia’s new N91, the first hard-drive-based phone in the US, appeared on the Nokia USA Web site with a surprisingly reasonable $599.99 price. It is a Symbian Series 60 smartphone with a 4 gigabyte hard drive and 2-megapixel digital camera. This cellphone supports MP3, AAC, or WMA format. N91 also supports FM radio. The phone connects to the Internet via either EDGE or Wi-Fi. It is now available at Nokia’s new store in Chicago. Via Gearlog.