announced a triptych of CDMA (3G) phones here in Vegas baby, Las Vegas: The 2365i, 2865i, and 6175i as pictured above
(not to scale). The first tip from Nokia that these devices are nothing to get sweaty about is the way they push these
as Bluetooth enabled... that's just so, Y2K, dig? Anyway, the 2365 phone is a "value-priced" clam of an
entry-level CDMA phone which features a 128 x 160 pixel main display, FM radio, and hands-free speakerphone. If you're
liking those specs but want a "monoblock design," then the 2865 push-to-talk handset might be more to your
taste. Bringing up the tail is the mid-tier 6175 flip which sports a 1.3 megapixel cam, an integrated GPS receiver,
that same 128x160 internal display, PictBridge support, FM radio and a rather weak 3.5 hours of talk time. All
available in the 2nd half of 2006... not that you care.