Nokia has just announced the upcoming release of three new CDMA phones for China Telecom: 6316s, 3806 and 1506.
First seen yesterday, the Nokia 6316s (aka Nokia 6316 slide) is a 3G “multimedia device” that comes with a stainless-steel body, a 2.2 inch QVGA display, GPS, Bluetooth 2.1, Web browser, email, dedicated music keys, 2MP camera and China Telecom’s QQ application.
Nokia 6316s will be available starting the first quarter of 2010, in three color versions: black, red and gold. Nokia didn’t say how much the 6316s will cost.
Next we have the Nokia 3806, which features a 2.2 inch QVGA display, too, as well as Bluetooth 2.1, a 2MP camera, MicroSD card support (up to 4GB), and Health Assistant – an app that “helps manage the stresses of daily life, allowing you to stay healthy, which ultimately allows you to stay happy.”
Nokia 3806 will be available in early 2010, in piano black, rose gold and pure white.
Finally, the Nokia 1506 is a really low-end phone presented as the company’s “most affordable CDMA device to date”.
The 1506 features handsfree speaker, voice recorder and a long-lasting battery. It will be available before the end of 2009 in two color versions (black and plum), for a price that was not announced.
Via Press release
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