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We know that Nokia's got a version of its recently-announced 6124 classic midrange S60 candybar designed to support i-mode, but it's not meant for NTT DoCoMo itself; instead, it's being shipped off to Taiwan where Far EasTone licenses the i-mode service. New FCC documents reveal that the mothership

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May 31, 2008 at 2:44PM
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Wait, Taiwan? i-mode? Yep, turns out that Far EasTone Telecommunications licenses NTT DoCoMo's well-known mobile internet brand for use in Taiwan, and they've partnered with Nokia to deliver the service on a customized version of the 6124 classic candybar -- the first Nokia ever to offer it. Of cour

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Nokia used CeBIT as its stage today to introduce two new models destined specifically for the European marketplace (fine, Nokia, be that way). The 6650 flip will be found exclusively on T-Mobile -- and seriously, we really wouldn't mind having it on the US T-Mobile with its clean looks, external mu

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