Nokia 6215i Video
The Nokia 6215i is a sleek entry-level VGA camera phone for those who want an attractive and slender package without a lot of frills. CNET's Nicole Lee rings it up.
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Nokia 6215i (Verizon Wireless) Review
The good: The Nokia 6215i is a cute and compact flip phone with a VGA camera, a speakerphone, voice dialing, and a wireless Web browser. Its OLED display is also quite pleasing to the eye.
The bad: The Nokia 6215i has a keypad that's a little too flush to the surface, and the internal display is rather small. The pictures taken were disappointingly blurry and grainy.
The bottom line: The Nokia 6215i is a sleek entry-level VGA camera phone for those that want an attractive and slender package without a lot of frills.
Nokia 6215i (Verizon Wireless) Specs
Part number: 6215i
- Product Basic Spec