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Thursday, November 13, 2008


Nokia launches new CDMA mobile wanna know u: E-Mail Print Keeping in track with the popularity of the CDMA mobile users, Nokia launched two CDMA mobiles globally and three in Asia-Pacific region in "CDMA: Partnership For Growth" summit at Mumbai. However it is uncertain, when the models will come into the hands of users because it finally depends upon the service providers. The models launched globally are Nokia 2112 and 3125. Nokia 2112 is an entry-level black and white phone with features of an integrated hands-free speaker and flashlight, polyphonic ringtones and picture messaging. Nokia 3125 is a colour handset mainly designed for the professionals with MMS service, video messaging, video download and playback, animated screensavers, digital VGA camera, FM radio headset and car installation kit. Both of these handsets are expected in the Indian markets in the third quarter of 2004. Nokia 3205, 6015 and 6225 launched in the Asia-Pacific region are all colour mobile phones. Nokia 3205 is a dual-band, tri-mode mobile phone with caller photo id facility, integrated VGA camera and FM radio, built-in flashlight, over-the-air Java download facilities and WAP 2.0 browser. Other than the features of 3205 except camera, Nokia 6015 has additional features of integrated hands-free speaker and can store up to 250 telephone contacts. Targeted for the business executives, Nokia 6225 has some special features like built in VGA camera, MP3/AAC player, flash and digital zoom, live audio and video streaming capability, dual colour screens and expandable memory. Other than these phones, some existing Nokia CDMA mobile phones like Nokia 2280, 3586 and 3585 were also showcased. In spite of the launch of these phones by Nokia officially, it is ultimately the service providers who will gift the phones into the hands of the users. However Sanjay Sharma, Managing Director, Nokia Customer and Marketing Operations, India, appears quite positive about their current business expansion. He says, "We are quite confident that these new products will attract the different CDMA service providers." Speaking to Techtree about the price strategy, he adds, "Finally it is the service providers who will decide about the price." Hence it is quite clear that it is the service providers who will actually decide the real dates to launch these phones. When questioned whether Nokia would tie up with the service providers based on their popularity, Mr. Sharma safely comments that Nokia would like to tie up with all the service providers. However, the truth of this statement would only be judged through the future tie-ups, which is expected to happen soon. keep in touch always

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