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March 23, 2009

Nokia 7205 Intrigue hits the USA

NEW JERSEY, USA – Nokia and Verizon today launched the new Nokia 7205 Intrigue. Packed with new multimedia and music features, the slick folding handset is clad in black with a slick hidden-until-lit external display. When an incoming call or text is received the external display lights up, so users can actually see the message, and even play music or control the alarm clock without opening the device.

The 7205 also packs some neat features including Visual Voice Mail and V CAST Music with Rhapsody. Visual Voice Mail enables users to prioritise their voice mail messages, so it’s easier to find the one you want. V CAST music comes with 5 million songs available to listen to over the air or to download to your PC. You can also sync music between your PC and your phone, whilst the device supports up to 8GB of storage on microSD.

The 2.2-inch display also includes a new feature called Habitat mode. Once activated, user’s social contacts are each given an avatar or icon and everything associated with each contact is grouped together, including text messages and contact details. You can also change the avatar for your favourite contacts. In Habitat mode, contacts are displayed chronologically, where the users who’ve contacted you most recently are at the top.

The 7205 Intrigue doffs its cap to the environment too. In the box (made from 100 per cent recyclable materials) you’ll find a low no-load charger, which will help save on energy use and the phone alerts the user when it’s fully charged.

The 7205 Intrigue is available today on Verizon.