Nokia has unveiled its upcoming new mobile handsets Nokia 2600 classic and the Nokia 1209 which offers a host of useful features at the same time maintaining the low price tag for the cost sensitive consumer. The prominent one among the two is the Nokia 2600 classic which comes with fully changeable Xpress-on covers, Mp3 ringtones along with a FM radio and VGA camera all that in USD $95( approx Rs 3724 in India) whereas Nokia 1209 is geared more towards the first time mobile buyers offers durable and durt resistance kaypad, it also offers additional cost management features to make phone sharing easy and convenient. Innovations include the pre-paid tracker, a cost-tracking application, and the multiple phonebook – which allows up to five people to store personal contact lists of up to two hundred numbers on a single phone,includes a LED torch too.
“While cost sensitivity is an important element in creating mobile devices for emerging markets, the overwhelming feedback we receive from consumers in these markets is that they want their mobile device to complement their personality and offer a range of colours and entertainment features,” says Alex Lambeek, Vice President, Entry Devices, Nokia. “The Nokia 2600 classic offers a colorful sense of flair and a robust set of features at an exceptionally accessible price. As with all Nokia devices, it is backed by a brand that stands for quality and durability.”
Availability and Price :
Nokia 2600 Classic is expected to be available worldwide by the first quarter of 2008 at a retail price of USD $95( approx. Rs 3724 in India)
Nokia 1209(below) is little bit late and is due for second quarter of 2008 and will retail at USD $51(approx. Rs 2000)
Phones for India i’d say considering the success these mobiles bring to Nokia brand in India remember the Nokia 1100 which was advertised as “Phone for India”.
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