Nokia Unveils 4 New Phones

At its annual Capital Market Days event in Amsterdam, Nokia unveiled 4 new Mobile phones to the market. Read the Nokia News Release (PDF) here.

Nokia 6300 - Clean styling, compact size
The Nokia 6300 is a mid-range model that represents an evolution of the modern monoblock design.  Less than 13.1mm thin, the slim Nokia 6300 has a stainless steel frame that adds both design interest and strength. In addition to its organic curves and appealing design, the Nokia 6300 offers a robust range of easy-to-use features. The estimated retail price of the Nokia 6300 is 250 euros before subsidies or taxes.



Nokia 6290 Smartphone - advanced technology made simple

The Nokia 6290 smartphone combines the collective power of S60 3rd Edition and 3G in an easy-to-use, attractively designed package.  It supports a number of practical new features, multiple alarms and handy Quick Cover access keys which enable instant access to a wide range of the device's useful features, including an interactive world travel application.  The estimated retail price of the Nokia 6290 is 325 euros before subsidies or taxes.

Nokia 6086 Cameraphone - Compelling feature set, seamless connectivity
The Nokia 6086 allows consumers to stay in touch - in any environment. This quad-band GSM and UMA-enabled cameraphone hides its sophisticated circuitry in a classic design with a large keypad and intuitive user menu.  The estimated retail price of the Nokia 6086 is 200 euros before subsidies or taxes.

Nokia 2626 - Tune into style
The Nokia 2626 is a colorful mobile phone designed for style-conscious consumers in emerging markets. The Nokia 2626 will be available in a range of bold colors, such as Fiery Red and Spatial Blue, and includes an FM radio for music on the go. The estimated retail price of the Nokia 2626 is 75 euros before subsidies or taxes.

Source: http://darlamack.blogs.com/darlamack/2006/11/nokia_launches_.html & http://www.nokia.com/cmd2006

[tags]Nokia, mobile-handset, Europe, cellular-life-style[/tags]

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