Nokia and Sony Ericsson Brings out New Phones

March 1st, 2005

In conjunction with the CeBIT trade show in Germany, Nokia Corp. and Sony Ericsson showed off their new phone wares, which included mid-range devices, high-end camera phones and music-focused gadgets.

First up is Nokia, which released three new candybar-style phones the company said will strengthen its mid-range, voice-centric portfolio. The 6230i features a 1.3-megapixel camera, a music player with support for MP3, M4A and AAC, and push-to-talk technology. The Nokia 6021 features PTT and voice-activated dialing. Finally, the Nokia 6030 features a built-in FM radio and a color screen. The 6230i and the 6021 will ship in the second quarter, while the 6030 will ship in the third quarter.

Separately, Sony Ericsson released four new candybar-style phones, including its first device to sell under Sony Corp.’s Walkman brand. Sony Ericsson’s W800 features a 2-megapixel camera, a 0.5-gigabyte Memory Stick Duo slot, and an MP3 and AAC music player. Sold as a Walkman phone, Sony Ericsson said the W800 features 30 hours’ worth of battery life. The company also released the entry-level K300 camera phone, the 2-megapixel K750 camera phone and the entry-level J300, which supports three-dimensional games.

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