Nokia 2365i, Nokia 2865/2865i and Nokia 6175i CDMA phones offer Bluetooth wireless technology and more at multiple price points

Continuing to build upon its well-received line of CDMA handsets, Nokia (NYSE: NOK) today unveiled three new handsets that bring exciting new features to devices across Nokia’s growing CDMA portfolio. Each of these phones includes wireless Bluetooth wireless technology, allowing them to seamlessly integrate with an ever-expanding range of devices with Bluetooth technology from Nokia and others. Today’s announcements include the Nokia 2365i phone, a value priced fold-style handset, the Nokia 2865/2865i phone, an eye-catching monoblock design and the Nokia 6175i phone, a sleekly designed mid-tier fold-style device. Each of these new phones is expected to be available during the 2nd half of 2006.

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1 Comment

  1. sir

    i just want to know that can i use N2865 with tata indicom sim card with it

    if not then can u tell me some nokia cell phones where i can use tata sim card

    please help sir

    -grace fernandes

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