Nokia just launched a pretty decent midrange phone for Verizon, dubbed the Nokia 6205. The 6205 is one of the very few CDMA phones Nokia has launched here in the U.S. It comes with a decent array of features, like a 1.3-megapixel camera, EV-DO, voice dialing, a microSD card slot, video messaging, 58MB internal memory, external music player keys, and more. The 6205 will be available in two flavors; a simple blue version, plus a special black "The Dark Knight" edition to coincide with the movie of the same name. The "Dark Knight" edition will be available with movie-based ringtones plus a pre-loaded trailer, and will be available first on June 15th. The regular blue one will launch in July. They both cost around $119 each, with a two-year service agreement. However, the "Dark Knight" edition will be exclusive to verizonwireless.com, while the regular blue version will be available in stores as well.
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