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The Nokia 6205 is one of only a few Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) phones in the U.S. market. This one is available in both blue and black versions; the black version is marketed as a special Dark Knight Edition phone. Read full review
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The Nokia 6205 has a mirror-finish external display. Read full review
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The Nokia 6205 is quite a slender flip phone. Read full review
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The Nokia 6205 has touch-sensitive music player controls. Read full review
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The Nokia 6205 has a 1.3-megapixel camera lens, plus a flash LED light. Read full review
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The difference between the normal Nokia 6205 and the Nokia 6205 Dark Knight Edition is this Batman logo on the back, a preloaded movie trailer, and special movie-related ring tones. Read full review
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The Nokia 6205 has a keypad laid out in a grid, and is almost flat to the surface. Read full review
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The Nokia 6205's slim profile fits comfortably in the hand. Read full review
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The Nokia 6205 fits comfortably in the pocket. Read full review
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