Nokia 5140 Walkie-Talkie Phone Comes In 2004

Posted: Nov 13 2003, 10:21pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:06pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

Nokia 5140 Walkie-Talkie Phone comes in 2004
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Nokia will introduce a Walkie-Talkie Phone in 2004.

The Nokia 5140 main feature, also called "push to talk," allows users to instantly speak to one or more people, a feature pioneered by Nextel. The 5140 will hit the market in the 2nd Quarter of 2004.

"During 2004, Nokia will introduce a full range of push-to-talk capable GSM phones... From 2005 onwards push to talk will become available for all Nokia (GPRS and 3G) phones," Nokia said in a statement. (Story on Yahoo)

Features of Nokia 5140:
- Enhanced durability and resistance to the elements and usage in sports inspired lifestyle
- Stylish sport and leisure derived appearance
- Integrated camera
- Integrated digital compass
- Fitness Coach
- Push to talk capability

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