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If you're looking for the cream of the Series 40 crop, the Nokia 6260 slide's for you. Mobile-review, for one, is definitely not in the market for the cream of the Series 40 crop, but they've still gone ahead and put the 5-megapixel slider through an exhaustive review that covers every angle. The b

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Hey, S60 owners, have you had this nagging sense over the past year or two that you're somehow getting slighted by Nokia, but you haven't been able to put your finger on why? No worries, we've figured it out: it's the calculator. Nokia's mainstream dumbphone platform has featured a far better and m

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It's that magical time of the season again where Nokia's mass-market platform, Series 40, gets a little spec bump to keep up with the Joneses. The latest cut is 6th Edition (which follows 5th Edition, in case there was any doubt there) which will get its official world debut on the Supernova 7510 fa

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Vertu isn't the only game in town when you're looking to blow thousands on a handmade designer handset, and believe it or not, it's not the only game in town when you're looking for a Series 40 luxury phone, either. Mobiado crafts lovely shells of premium materials (you know, like steel) around the

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Looking to keep the heat on after its XpressMusic reveals last week, Nokia has gotten real with a three-pack of dumbphones that eschew S60 but hang onto a laundry list of relatively high-end features. The 6600 comes in both \"fold\" and \"slide\" designations, but the spec sheets are surprisingly diffe

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We'd have never guessed that the year and a half-old Nokia 6300 would be the target of an update, so color us surprised. The 6300i is a pretty mild refresh of the 6300, offering the same physical appearance, microSD slot, 2 megapixel camera, and Series 40 underpinnings, but the \"i\" model's got one

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It may not be the biggest news today out of Espoo, but Nokia has brought out a pair of very capable midrange handsets -- so capable, in fact, that we're kinda surprised Nokia is voluntarily using the term \"midrange\" to describe them. The 9.5mm thick (nice!) 6500 Classic is a sleek, anodized aluminu

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Nokia's newest and oft rumored \"Luna\" is finally getting its turn in the spotlight and oh how it shines. This Series 40 phone features quad-band GSM / EDGE, a 2 megapixel camera, translucent smoked glass slider over the keypad, and Nokia's first use of a micro-USB port. Of course this isn't just an

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Hot on the heels of a whole team of low-end phones from Nokia comes the new 3109 Classic, a candybar with a surprisingly decent feature set in light of its low-end appeal. Goodies include Bluetooth, email support, a microSD slot, a music player to take full advantage of said microSD slot, speakerph

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Billed as \"the latest evolution of the highest-volume mobile-development platform available,\" Nokia used this week's JavaOne shindig to launch its Series 40 5th Edition operation system for mass-market handsets. While not technically a smartphone platform (unlike its big sib S60), Series 40 is about

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The rumored Nokia 8600 \"Luna\" just got a lot more real now that a suspiciously similar twin is teasing us from the Carphone Warehouse site. The site dubs the phone the Nokia High Fashion because it's \"so new it doesn't even have a model number.\" Sure, whatevs. At least they know that it's \"coming so

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The good folks over at Engadget Chinese have unearthed a few deets on those colorful little sliders we mentioned last week -- and this time we have pics sans the annoying white Nokia stripe through the middle. As reported, the budget sliders will be rocking 160 x 128 displays, 1.3-megapixel cams, B

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Leaks out of the Nokia camp aren't terribly common -- certainly nothing on the order of a Palm or RIM, for example -- but we'll always take what we can get. Shots have emerged of these here fun looking little sliders, apparently coined the 5200 and 5300. Specs on the devices are largely hearsay at

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In addition to those three CDMA handsets announced earlier, Nokia also dropped the Series 40, 6126. This flip goes quad-band GSM/EDGE and features a 2.2-inch, 320 x 240 pixel 16.7-million color internal display (128 x 160 external), a 1.3 megapixel camera, and microSD slot to store all those MP3,

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