Nokia has extended its CDMA portfolio with the launch of three new CDMA mobile devices – Nokia 6316s, 3806 and 1506. The Nokia 1506 is expected to be available in China at the end of 2009, while the Nokia 6316s and the Nokia 3806 are expected to be available during the first quarter of 2010.
According to Nokia, the 6316s is a sliding device which comes with 3G, multimedia, web browsing, music, imaging and GPS. It has a 2.2-inch QVGA display, two megapixel camera and Bluetooth 2.1. It offers features in support of China Telecom services and preloaded applications such as QQ, email, web browser, and try-and-buy applications mobile navigation and mobile stock. It comes in a choice of three colours, black, gold and red.
The 3806 CDMA device comes with a 2.2-inch QVGA display, a two megapixel camera with video recorder, Bluetooth 2.1 and a card slot which can support an external memory card up to 4GB. The monoblock design of the Nokia 3806 is lined with silver trim and comes in a choice of three different colours including, piano black, pure white and rose gold.
The company claims that its Nokia 1506 is a most affordable CDMA device to date. The metallic finish device features a voice recorder, an integrated handsfree speaker and long battery performance. It is available in two colours black and plum.
David Tang, vice president of Nokia China, said: Nokia is boosting its leadership in the CDMA market by updating an already strong line-up with products that appeal to a wide range of customer needs.
Of these devices, the Nokia 6316s is bringing exciting 3G services to life for users in China. Building on previous collaboration over the Nokia 8208, this is yet another success story resulting from our close relationship with China Telecom.