We just posted a gallery of Nokia's new releases from CTIA. Included are shots of Nokia's 2365i, 2865i, 6175i (all CDMA devices) and 6126 (GSM). The 6126 was our favorite, thanks to a great screen and impressive feature set for a Series 40 device.
In general Nokia has had a weak CDMA offering, but the three CDMA releases at the show might help change that. When asked about the Nokia/Sanyo spin-off company, a Nokia rep told us that these handsets were already in the pipeline before the deal was announced and will still ship as Nokia branded.
Nokia's incoming CEO is making North America his top priority. Motorola is the current mobile phone market share leader here.