Nokia Launches 7 New Phones For India


Nokia has launched a total of 7 phones at an event held in Delhi. They claim the models are perfect for markets like India and that the phones cater to almost all the basic functions and features relevant to the consumers in these markets.

“India is very important to Nokia and to the global mobile communications industry as a whole,” says Soren Petersen, Senior Vice President, Mobile Phones, Nokia. “One of the fastest growing markets in the world, India is also home to several Nokia facilities, including R&D and manufacturing. We’re very proud to be part of their growth.”

The 2505 is another flip phone but it’s specifically released for the CDMA market. It has a smooth back finish that makes it easy to hold and carry around. It has a 65K color display and comes with pre-loaded games, ringtones and wallpapers and you can also download new ones if you prefer. It also has the basic features like text messaging, speakerphone, calendar, a personalized voice reminder and an alarm clock. The 2505 also has a 300-contact phonebook and it claims to be capable of providing around 3 hours of talk time and 156 hours of stand-by time. The price has not been disclosed but the model should be available somewhere in the second quarter of 2007.

[Submitted by Reshadat]

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