The Nokia 1255 is one of two recently announced phones designed and priced for emerging markets, particularly South American and Asia. This model has a two-way hands-free speakerphone and a voice recorder. It and three other newly announced phones are expected to be available for sale during the first quarter of 2006.
Another phone designed for emerging markets, the Nokia 2355 has a color screen, FM radio and a flashlight.
This model 2355 and three other newly announced Nokias use Code Division Multiple Access, or CDMA, technology.
One of two midprice models coming out in early 2006, the Nokia 2855 can use Bluetooth short-range radio links and can stream audio and video.
Another midprice model set for release in early 2006, the Nokia 6165 is Bluetooth-capable, can stream audio and video, has a 1-megapixel camera and can use positioning data to access information about local points of interest and directions.
The 6165's color display is one of the features that make it photo-friendly.