Nokia 6133 review

Nokia 6133 (T-Mobile) review

Fortunately for Nokia, T-Mobile stepped in to offer the Nokia 6133. Of course, the addition of a carrier comes with some minor restrictions, but overall the Nokia 6133 is a solid choice for a mid-rang...

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Nokia 6133 (T-Mobile)

Not every good phone finds a carrier willing to adopt it. Though it had been rumored for some time that Cingular would grab the excellent Nokia 6126, the carrier ultimately passed. Fortunately for Nok...

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Nokia 6133

A plain design cloaks a phone containing a good set of features at a fair price.

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Nokia 6133 Phone

With its minimalist black exterior and no-frills look, this clamshell-style phone eschews the busy design of many of today's handsets. And like the design, the $100 price tag (with a two-year contract...

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Nokia 6133

A very good-looking midrange flip phone for T-Mobile, with middling features and performance.

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Nokia 6133 Review

As the widely and eagerly anticipated successor to the Nokia 6102i, the Nokia 6133 was slated to be a sophisticated update to Nokia's line of flip phones, and chosen by T-Mobile over the international...

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Nokia 6133 Review

Nokia's 6133 world phone is one of the slicker flip phones you'll see from Nokia. Its black and silver casing combined with its slim profile lends it just the right amount of style; even those with a ...

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Nokia 6133 Review

The Nokia 6133 is the latest from Nokia with an attractive clamshell design. It is lighter than most other phones, weighing in at a light 102 grams. The Nokia 6133 is a tad on the thicker side, though...

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Review: Nokia 6133 calling and light messaging phone

Nokia's mid-range clamshell might not be the thinnest on the block, but it does pack in an MP3 player, Bluetooth, conference calling and a 1.3-megapixel camera. Is it worth the extra girth?

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