Nokia launches new PCS Phone 3588i

With a large, high-resolution color display, dynamic light effects and built-in games, the newest offering from Sprint and Nokia is personal and unique – easily changed to reflect your mood orattitude. Sprint (NYSE: FON, PCS), which operates the largest all-digital, all-CDMA Third-Generation (3G) wireless network in the United States, and Nokia (NYSE: NOK), the world leader in mobilecommunications, have combined the clear calling of the enhanced Sprint nationwide PCS network with the signature personalization of Nokia devices in the PCS Phone 3588i by Nokia.   The PCS Phone3588i by Nokia is a compact, candy-bar style phone weighing only 4.02 ounces and measuring a mere 4.68″ x 1.96″ x 0.92″. It comes packaged with sleek, silver covers and the transparent sides of thephone illuminate when you receive a call. The large variety of interchangeable covers, ranging from bright crimson red to aqua blue with glow-in-the-dark butterflies, enables customers to instantlycustomize their phone to match their mood, attitude or outfit, transforming the PCS Phone into a distinctive fashion statement. It is now available at Sprint Stores nationwide for a suggested retailprice of $149.99. Changeable covers are an additional cost and can be found at or   “Customers see their PCSPhone as a reflection of themselves,” said John Garcia, senior vice president of marketing, sales and distribution for the PCS Division of Sprint. “The PCS Phone 3588i by Nokia gives customers funand easy ways to make their phone personal and unique, in addition to clear calls on the enhanced Sprint nationwide PCS network.”   “Nokia is known for bringing technology, style and fun towireless users, and the PCS phone 3588i by Sprint continues this tradition,” said Soren Petersen, senior vice president and general manager of Nokia’s CDMA business unit. “The combination of Sprint’snationwide all-digital network with the easy-to-use, color-screen PCS Phone 3588i by Nokia offers customers a powerful way to enjoy reliable, crystal-clear communications.”    The PCS Phone3588i by Nokia is a dual-band/tri-mode CDMA phone that offers customers clear calls as well as: – Large Color Display: Large color LCD with changeable fonts so you can change your preferred view. -Games: Test your skill at multiple built-in games including Bowling, Racket and Sky Diver. – Interchangeable Covers (sold separately): Dynamic light effects with optional Active, Glow-in-the-Dark andReflective Xpress-On(TM) Covers – easily changed to reflect your moods or attitudes. – Ringers:  Improved sound quality.  Choose from multiple melodious ringers including polyphonicMIDI ringing tones (background music) and vibrating alert. – Mobile-Originated SMS:  This device is compatible with two-way SMS messaging services when available. – E911 Emergency LocationCapable: Features an embedded Global Positioning System (GPS) chip necessary for utilizing the E911 emergency location services where available. – Productivity Tools: Includes Alarm clock, Calendar,Voice recorder (1 minute), Calculator and Stopwatch. – Voice Activated Dialing: Say the name of the person you want to call and the number is dialed automatically without using the keypad. – BrightBacklit Screen and Keypad: Luminescent backlight for easy screen reading.  Keypad and 4-way Navigation keys light up when pressed. – Long Battery Life: Internal LiIon battery.  Digital modeup to 3.0 hours continuous talk or up to 12 days continuous standby time.  Analog mode up to 1 hour continuous talk or up to 1 day continuous standby time. – Internal Phone Book: Assign up to500 entries with multiple contact numbers. – Multiple Languages: Support voice and text prompts in English and Spanish. – 2.5mm Headset Jack: Accommodates most standard headset for hands-freeoperation.   Discussion can be found here:

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