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Nokia has a new CDMA phone coming out (6015i)

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by ShoresGuy, Apr 10, 2004.

  1. ShoresGuy

    ShoresGuy Euer WA Experte in Europa
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    Just went over to Phonescoop.com to check out something and I found this:

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    Nokia 6015i

    Press Release

    Specs:

    Nokia 6015i Specifications and Features
    General

    Mode AMPS 800 / CDMA 800 / 1900

    Dimensions 108 x 50 x 23mm

    Battery Type Lithium-Ion, 1070 mAh

    Battery Life 220 mins talktime, 360 hours standby time

    Weight 110 grams

    Form Factor Bar

    Phone book Capacity 250

    Display Type 4,096 colors, STN

    Expansion Slot No

    Form Factor Bar

    Games Yes

    Polyphonic Ringtones Yes (16 chords)

    Vibrating Alert Yes

    Connectivity

    Bluetooth No

    BREW Yes (Carrier dependent)

    CDMA 2000 Yes

    E-Mail client No

    Headset Jack Yes

    Instant Messaging Yes

    Infrared (IR) No

    Java Apps (J2ME) Yes (MIDP 1.0 / CLDC 1.0 carrier-dependent)

    MMS No

    Synchronization Yes

    SMS Yes

    USB Yes

    WAP Yes

    Organiser functions

    Internet Browser Yes (Openwave)

    Voice Dialling Yes

    Voice Memo Yes (30 seconds)

    Special Functions

    Camera No

    FM Radio No

    GPS Yes

    Mp3 Player No

    Source
     
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  2. Pedal2Medal00

    Pedal2Medal00 Junior Member
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    WOW! 15 days of standby time? Is this realistic?
     
  3. agentHibby

    agentHibby Iowa Cellular Guru
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    15 days standby and 3 hrs 40min talk time I don't think I have ever done 3hrs 40 without giving the phone power
    Only had 2 calls in my life go 4 hrs. a few 3 hrs. some 2 many 1 hr. calls.
     
  4. ShoresGuy

    ShoresGuy Euer WA Experte in Europa
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    I guess this remains to be seen once the phone is actually released, I wonder who will carry it first, Sprint or Verizon.
     
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  5. Gabriel

    Gabriel TICUS AD MORTEM
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    verizon uses BREW technology in their phones (BREW is JAVA's rival), so since the specs say this phone has BREW inside, my guess is that it will be on verizon...
     
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