teased you with a nice shot of Nokia's 6315i from ghost-manufacturer Pantech, and here we are just one short week later with the official launch. Just a quick refresher: Pantech's contribution to the Nokia CDMA stable brings EV-DO, a 1.3-megapixel cam, microSD expansion, Bluetooth, and external music controls for $80 after discounts with a fresh two-year agreement. In the realm of industrial design, it's no K1m, but it's got one thing going for it that the KRZR doesn't -- it's available now.
[Via phoneArena, thanks to everyone who sent this in]
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