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Topic # 15257 12-Aug-2007 16:56
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Currently have the Nokia 6265, have owned it for sometime.

Was just wondering if any knows if there are any new Nokia models in the pipeline this year/next year.

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  Reply # 82099 12-Aug-2007 17:20
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I think Nokia are pulling out of CDMA development, so don't hold much hope for much new here.




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  Reply # 82100 12-Aug-2007 17:22

There should be a couple more models out, though Nokia did say in June last year

Nokia will stop making phones that are compatible with Telecom's mobile phone network at the end of next year, in a move likely to further fuel speculation Telecom will have to build another phone network.



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  Reply # 83145 21-Aug-2007 14:00

freitasm: Nokia pulled out of manufacturing, not selling... They are launching CDMA models all the time.


Yeah, thats the bit that has been missed

see
http://www.nokia.co.nz/nokia/0,,73575,00.html?feature=CDMA


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