One of the three CDMA phones announced at the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA) was the Nokia 2365i. The other two were the Nokia 2865i along with the 6175i. The 2365i was one of the first phones by Nokia to fall in the entry-level market and include Bluetooth capabilities. The phone sports a clamshell form-factor with an external antenna and weighs a mere 3.7oz. It measures 1.7x0.9x3.2 in, making it a compact phone with a happy price-tag. The 128x160 pixel color display can be personalized with personal wallpapers and screensavers. The shell of the phone is an elegant combination of black and silver. The external display has a 96x65 pixel monochromatic screen that provides the user with relevant information such as network-reception and battery status, along with the date and time. You can listen to music using the integrated FM tuner. Bluetooth technology will not only help you to connect to your PC, but also allow you to use wireless headsets and other accessories. With up to 4 hours of talk time and around 10 days of standby time, the Nokia 2365i offers something that very few budget CDMA phones offer ' Bluetooth wireless connectivity; an inclusion that Nokia hopes will keep it ahead of the competition.