Nokia debuts classic Nokia 2125 for entry-level market

Posted on Monday, June 13 2005 @ 23:50 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Nokia today announced the entry-level Nokia 2125. It's a compact classically designed phone with a metallic trim. It's only 21.5mm thick and weights 85 grams.

The Nokia 2125 has a 64,000 color screen, handsfree speakerphone and an integrated flashlight.

The easy-to-use interface makes the Nokia 2125 perfect for first-time and prepaid users, who will also appreciate the three built-in games, user-changeable Xpress-on color covers and downloadable MIDI ring tone support.

The Nokia 2125 also boasts a number of features unexpected on an entry level product such as voice dialing, voice commands and voice recording, calculator, calendar, alarm clock, and an extensive phonebook supporting multiple entries.

It will start shipping in the third quarter of this year.

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