Nokia has announced the CDMA Verzion handset Nokia 8208 at the MWC 2009 as a handset made for the CDMA markets outside US. Its design looks on the high-end, but this will only be a mid-range device that is decent enough for those who are not into Symbian Nokia phones.Nokia 8208 comes with dual-slide handset supports quad-band CDMA/EV-DO connectivity with GPS navigation. It is also said to have S40-like User Interface with 2.2-inch display at 240 x 320 pixels and 16 million colors. A 3-megapixel camera with flash, Bluetooth, integrated FM radio, 3.5mm audio jack, and is equipped with 150MB of internal memory and 1GB microSD card included on purchase that can as well be expanded of up to 16GB. Sliding the phone upwards would reveal the external dedicated music keys, while downwards would show the alphanumeric keypad.It’s battery could stand up to 4 hours of talk time and 11 days of standby time, enough to make it a good music-centered device.





SPECIFICATIONS *20 hours continuous music playback
*150MB internal storage
*16GB microSD card support
*Easy access to music with external dedicated keys
*3.0 MP camera with flash, 6X digital zoom and video recorder
*GPS (market dependent)
*FM Radio
*2000 phonebook contacts (5 entries per contact) and 500 SMS storage
*Integrated hands-free speaker
*CDMA 800MHz/1900MHz/EVDO
*User interface: Nokia S40 like UI
*Dimensions: 101mm x 45.2mm x 15.9mm
*Weight: 126.3 g
*Standby time:up to 11 days
*Talk time:up to 4 hours
*Display:2.2?QVGA 240×320, 16 million colors
*Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR
*Micro USB 2.0, hi-speed
*3.5 mm stereo headphone jack

 

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