Verizon Wireless on Monday announced the availability of the Nokia Intrigue 7205. The flip phone offers a sleek design with a glossy black exterior and a backlit external display. The interior has a 262,000-color display and a flat keypad in silver or pink.
As an EV-DO handset, the Intrigue supports V Cast streaming video and V Cast Music with Rhapsody. You'll also find support for VZ Navigator and Verizon Chaperone, messaging and e-mail, instant messaging, a speakerphone, a 500-contact phone, a personal organizer, 150MB of internal memory, book, stereo Bluetooth, a 2.0-megapixel camera with video recording and a music player.
The Intrigue 7205 is $129.99 with service and a $50 mail-in rebate. It follows the Verizon's Nokia 6205, which we liked, and the carrier's Nokia 2605, which we didn't.
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