C&D Launches Telephone Booth Phone, Nokia Bringing C & X Series Phones

nokia-bringing-c-x-series-phones Are you tired of the ubiquitous candy bar, clamshell and slider cell phone models? What about having something different like the famous red colored British public telephone booth-like cell phone in your pocket? A little known British company, C&D Wireless, which is an affiliate of Connor Delaney, LLC, has created a telephone booth-shaped mobile phone – London Calling mobile phone.

London Calling mobile phone features
This ‘mobile telephone booth’ is an unlocked phone designed to run on tri-band GSM networks in USA, UK and rest of Europe. As far as the features of the phones are concerned, London Calling is a standard cell phone, designed for the mid range customers. It has a TFT display that supports 65K colors, camera, polyphonic ring tones, and full SMS and MMS capabilities GPRS/WAP 2.0 for web browsing. The dimensions of London Calling handset are 102mm x 43mm x 21mm. It weighs about 100grams. It is preloaded with fifteen pictures of Brit icons, which you can display as the wallpaper of your home screen. As a part of its old England theme, God Save the Queen and Rule Britannia are among the twenty preloaded ring tones of London Calling mobile phone.

London Calling costs $149.

Nokia C series
However, if you love sleek devices, you will not find London Calling attractive. Perhaps you have to wait for sometime until Nokia officially announces its latest cell phone series. Yes, Nokia has already registered its latest cell phone series, which it has dubbed Nokia C series, with the Finnish Patent and Trademark office. So what will be this phone like? Some experts feel that Nokia C series would be Nokia’s Maemo powered smartphone.

Nokia X series
Nokia seems to be on an expansion spree. Following its N series and E series phones, Nokia has added not only a C series but according to European Community’s internal market, OHIM, Nokia will be developing X series phones too. The X series has been registered in Switzerland.