Nokia Intros Seven New Mobile Phones

June 13th 2005 | Phones

Nokia introduced seven new handsets today. Four new slide phones were revealed, including the 3G-enabled Nokia 6280 for WCDMA markets, and the Nokia 6265 – Nokia’s most feature-filled CDMA model to date. Nokia also introduced two folding designs, the 6060 and 2255, and a traditional monoblock design, the 2125.

"Today’s launches showcase Nokia’s commitment to offer consumers easy-to-use mobile phones in a variety of desirable designs – regardless of cellular technology," explains Kai Oistamo, Senior Vice President, Mobile Phones, Nokia. "Whether it features WCDMA, GSM or CDMA internal circuitry, or whether it offers mobile music, mobile photography or 3G services, a handset must be easy to use in order to bring tangible benefits to consumers. Simplicity is the key for technology to enrich peoples’ lives."

Nokia 6280: Bringing video sharing and video calls to life
Nokia 6270: Quadband slide phone offers music and megapixels
Nokia 6111: Sophisticated GSM slide phone
Nokia 6060: Familiar technologies, folding design
Nokia 6265: A winning combination of technology and design
Nokia 2255: Compact fold at a compact price
Nokia 2125: Classic style for the entry category

Nokia says all seven models are expected to begin shipping in the second half of 2005.

Nokia Intros Seven New Mobile Phones
Published in: Phones on 2005-06-13