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Motorola and Nokia at CTIA

March 23, 2004

Motorola A845

Both Motorola and Nokia have announced some interesting new devices at CTIA this week.

A small sample from the cellcam category alone:

  • Motorola A845 (fact sheet), a 3G/UMTS phone with video and still camera support, Bluetooth, an MP3 player, and 64MB of memory built-in, to be deployed by AT&T Wireless in H2 2004.
  • Nokia 6255 (Forum Nokia data sheet), a CDMA2000 1X clamshell handset with dual color screens, a VGA camera with flash (imagine that, a flash!), MP3/AAC and stereo FM radio support, GPS support for E911, Bluetooth, and J2ME MIDP 2.0. All in all, Nokia’s most advanced and feature rich CDMA handset, available Q4 2004.

Is the US finally starting to catch up with the rest of the wireless world’s handset options?

Also, Nokia made some Series 60 news including the reiteration of the availability of Series60.com, a one stop shop for Series 60 device and development information from all licensees, and the announcement that LG Electronics has licensed Series 60 for use in upcoming LG Symbian based smart phones.

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3 Comments
  1. Brenda permalink

    So which bt phone do you like better? the motorola or the nokia?

  2. While I was still with Nokia I had a chance to use the 6255 for a while, but I don’t have first hand experience with the Moto handset. I can sayI liked the 6255 and would recommend it if someone were looking for a phone meeting its specs.

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