Remember the lower-end-but-still-stylish Nokia 3606 and 1606 clamshells/fliphones that I showed you at CTIA Las Vegas 2008? Right, well it looks like Nokia’s keeping up with its entry-level push with another eye-pleasing handset that’s easy on the wallet. Enter the Nokia 6205 flip for Verizon’s CDMA network.
Granted, the spec-sheet on the Nokia 6205 doesn’t exactly measure up as some of Espoo’s finest work, but with a sleek design, the Nokia 6205 is sure to find following from cellphone users looking for a phone and little more. The Nokia 6205 isn’t as svelte and clean as the Nokia 1606 and 3606, but with more features to boast of, the Nokia 6205 strikes a good balance.
There’s an external display that seems to be on par with the Nokia 3606. The external music controls hint at the Nokia 6205’s ability to serve as a media-oriented handset. There’s a camera that’s most likely VGA resolution, and the internal display is just a bit larger than the external screen.
We’re looking for Verizon to pick up the Nokia 6205 in mid-June, just in time to get overshadowed by the 3G iPhone.