The Nokia 6155i is a mid-level CDMA cell phone that will be available soon in the US market. It is also said that the handset will be compatible with some U.S. networks. Measuring 87mm x 45mm x 26 mm, this mid-range clamshell is capable of 3.50 hours of Talk-time and 480 hours of Standby. Other features include a 1MP camera which can capture video, a LED flash, speakerphone, push-to-talk, FM radio, and infrared. No word on pricing and availability yet.
Nokia has released a new commercial video for their upcoming N95 cellphone. We have mentioned this phone several months ago. Just a recap, the handset features a 2.6-inch QVGA display, 5.0MP camera, 150MB built-in memory, microSD card slot, GPS and 802.11g Wi-Fi support, HSDPA, ATI 3D graphics chip, dedicated music keys, and a 3.5mm audio jack. Check out the video after the jump!
“Truphone” via YouTube gives us this short video of Nokia’s N80 Internet Edition. This updated model is packed with such features as Yahoo Go for Mobile, Flickr, an enhanced web browser, improved application management through a ‘Download!’ client, and SIP-compliant VoIP. Let’s check out the video to see what its like…
Nokia unveiled their new concept phone, the Nokia 6639, which will be featured a 2.0-GHz Intel Pentium M processor, 512MB of DDR2 memory, 1024 x 768 display, Wi-Fi, and a 2.0MP camera with removable SLR lenses. No word yet on if this device will go into production. Find out one more picture after the jump!
Nokia announced the Nokia 6290, its latest 3G cell phone based on the S60 3rd Edition (Symbian) platform. Touted as a mid-range 3G phone, the phone features a 2.2 inch QVGA color screen capable of displaying 16 million colors, a 2MP camera with 4X digital zoom and MP3 player. The bundled email client comes with an attachment viewer that can handle PPT, PDF, Word and Excel documents. This smartphone also allows you to set up multiple alarms and an interactive world travel application. And there is one more thing that you should know. Using this handset, you can also enjoy 2-way video calling on the phone via the internet.
Nokia claims the 6290′s battery has a talk time of 3.5 hours and standby time of 10 days. The handset will start shipping in Q1 2007 for an estimated price of US$427.