Rumblings about this handset have been filtering around on the net for a few months and now Verizon Wireless has gone official with the release of the Nokia 7205 Intrigue. While the exact features aren’t exactly revolutionary, the Intrigue is quite the looker.
The 2.2-inch QVGA internal display is pretty standard, but the 1.9-inch external display is almost hidden away in the casing when not in use. The 176×32 white PMOLED display shows you the time, caller ID, and other basic information.
Taking a tour through the rest of the spec sheet, we find a 2.0 megapixel camera with flash, Bluetooth, GPS, microSD expansion slot (with support up to 8GB), integrated music player with external touch-sensitive controls, V CAST Music with Rhapsody, Visual Voicemail, and OTA software updates. On the environmentally-friendly side, you’ll also find an eco-friendly charger that uses up to 50% less energy than Energy Star requirements.
The Nokia 7205 Intrigue from Verizon Wireless comes emblazoned in a shiny black exterior and your choice of either a silver or pink keypad. Both versions retail for $129.99 with a two-year contract and $50 rebate. The prices with a one-year contract and no-contract are $199 and $299, respectively.