This dual-band CDMA (800,190) and AMPS (800) Nokia phone is rich on features. That it is one of Nokia's first slider phones is only coincidental. It is similar to its precursor, the Nokia 6265, in all ways ' except one. The Nokia 6265i includes a GPS module which is absent in the Nokia 6265. Launched immediately after its approval by the FCC on 12 September, 2005, the Nokia 6265i has a 2 mega-pixel camera with flash and digital zoom. It also includes landscape, self-timer, and night modes. Its high resolution QVGA 262k LCD color screen display is large enough, making it an ideal imaging phone. While the in-built 24 MB phone memory is sufficient for contacts and messages, there's a slot for a hot-swappable miniSD external memory card for those with an appetite for extra storage. Synchronizing one's calendar, contacts, and to-do lists via the Nokia PC Suite helps keep pace with the modern lifestyle. Making a simple call is even easier with other features, such as voice dialing, voice recording, and hands-free speaker. Like most high-end phones, this phone too is Bluetooth-enabled and supports USB and infrared connectivity as well. With Bluetooth, connecting wirelessly to external devices such as printers and car kits is made effortless. The phone provides messaging, web browsing and email capabilities that allow one to share data, images, videos, and pictures. With an FM radio and visual radio, entertainment is at the touch of button. Its key pad has three soft keys, a 5-way navigation key, and a grid key mat. The Li-Ion Battery of 1070 mAh capacity provides talk time of up to 3.5 hours and 288 hours or 12 days of standby time. All these features come in a handset weighing just 4.5 ounces. At 98.0 x 48.0 x 22.0 mm, the Nokia 6265i is convenient to carry and it slides easily into the pocket.