When it's time for Nokia to pick teams for its cell phones, it's usually good about not making any carrier feel left out. So while smaller carriers may have landed the appealing Nokia 6126, Nokia spread the love by choosing T-Mobile for the very similar Nokia 6133. The new handset is available today.
Like the 6126, the 6133 sports a sleek, flip-phone design that includes a gimmicky but cool hinge-mounted button that flips open the phone automatically. The color displays are the same as well--the internal screen supports 16 million hues--but the 6133's keypad and navigation have been refined slightly.
The feature list is comparable as well. Both handsets offer Bluetooth, a 1.3-megapixel camera, a digital music player, a MicroSD card slot and quad-band, world phone support, but the 6133 adds an FM radio. Stay tuned for a full review of the 6133, and in the meantime, check out CNET's review of the 6126.