Nokia 2605 debuts on Verizon

The Nokia 2605 offers a VGA camera and Bluetooth.

The 2605 has a VGA camera. Verizon Wireless

Remember VGA cameras? Believe it or not, they still exist and we still see new models every now and then. Just consider the Nokia Mirage 2605, which Verizon Wireless hatched on Friday. It offers a VGA camera and a simple flip-phone design with clean lines and a blue color scheme.

Besides the low-end shooter, you'll find a fair number of features. Inside are Bluetooth, a speakerphone, support for VZ Navigator and Chaperone, voice commands, personal organizer options, a 500-contact phone book, messaging, and a Web browser. The 2605 is now on sale for $49.99 with service.

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