January 23rd, 2008
Nokia has release two new phones geared to clients in “emerging markets”. After surveying the cellphone market in Pakistan and Indian Nokia learned that 50% of those surveyed responded that they currently share or would share the cell phone with their family or friends.
The Nokia 2600 (left) and 1209 (right) are both low cost phones that come with some neat features. The 2600 features a VGA camera, bluetooth, Xpress-On covers (changeable faceplates), and FM radio. The 1209 on the other hand features a flash light, and provides 365 hours of standby time or 7 hours of talk time.
The Nokia 2600 (left) will be shipping this quarter and will retail for $95.
The Nokia 1209 (right) will be shipping next quarter and will retail for $51.
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