World’s largest mobile phone maker Nokia has launched two new CDMA technology based mobile phones. These are Nokia 1325 and Nokia 1265.
These are low-end mobile phones targeted at users who primarily use the mobile phones to make calls and send and receive SMS messages.
Nokia said that both these phones feature hands free speakers and voice recorders. Larry Paulson, Vice President, CDMA, Nokia added: “With the new features of the Nokia 1265 and Nokia 1325, consumers are getting functionality along with ease of use. The features most of us take for granted on our phones are front-and-center on these new products for first-time mobile phone users. These two new products expand the range of Nokia models consumers can choose from at an entry level.”
Nokia 1325 comes in a slim package and offer decent functionality. It features a 64k color display and allows customization through ringtones and wallpapers. It can store up to 400 contacts and 150 messages.
It weighs less than 71 g and offers a talk time of up to 3.5 hours. The standby time is up to 6.5 days. Nokia is going to market this phone in markets like China, Asia-Pacific, Middle-East Africa and Latin America.
The second phone Nokia 1265 comes with the usual text messaging with predictive text facility in addition to support for 32-Polyphonic MIDI. It also features an integrated handsfree speaker. It has a black and white screen and offers talk time of up to 3.5 hours and up to 6.5 days of stand-by capability.