Elegant style and ergonomic design combine to make an impression in the entry market
Unique smooth-back fold design separates the Nokia 2505 from other CDMA entry phones
Espoo, Finland - Style and value-conscious consumers now have another way to make a great impression - with the Nokia 2505 unveiled today. One of Nokia’s sleekest fold-style phones for the CDMA market, the Nokia 2505 offers a unique smooth-back design that makes the phone as ergonomic to hold as it is to carry in pocket or purse. The Nokia 2505 is expected to be available in selected markets in Asia/Pacific, Middle East, Africa, China and Latin America during the 2nd quarter of 2007.
In addition to the eye-pleasing exterior, the bright 65,536 color display helps to accentuate the end-user experience. Consumers can personalize their Nokia 2505 by using the pre-loaded ringtones and wallpapers or by downloading new ones. The Nokia 2505 meets practical needs as well with easy-to-use functions including text messaging, speaker phone, calendar, a personalized voice reminder and an alarm clock.
“The Nokia 2505 offers a slim, elegant and innovative design that appeals to the fashion sense across all consumer segments” said Larry Paulson, vice president and general manager of Nokia’s CDMA business. “Nokia also recognizes that many functions, including an FM radio and quick-press flashlight are of particular importance to entry market consumers, and were included as standard features on the Nokia 2505.”
Other features included with the Nokia 2505 to provide additional convenience to consumers include pre-loaded games, a 300-contact phonebook, up to 3 hours of talk time and 156 hours of stand-by time.
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