To support the range of new mobile services for emerging markets, Nokia expanded its portfolio with six affordable mobile phones yesterday. The six new mobile devices are Nokia 7100 Supernova, Nokia 5130 XpressMusic, Nokia 2323 classic, Nokia 2330 classic, Nokia 1202, and Nokia 1661.
The Nokia 7100 Supernova is a stylish addition to the popular Supernova collection. Designed for style and entertainment, the colorful device is highlighted by its large, high resolution color screen, FM radio and a 1.3 megapixel camera and support for Share on Ovi, Nokia’s online photo sharing service, and other photo sharing sites. The Nokia 7100 Supernova also includes support for Mail on Ovi, as well as a browser for surfing information on the Internet. The Nokia 7100 Supernova is expected to begin shipping in the fourth quarter of 2008 with an estimated retail price of 75 EUR.
With dedicated music keys, a digital music player, FM radio and a standard 3.5 mm connector for headphones, the Nokia 5130 XpressMusic is Nokia’s most affordable music phone to date. Equipped with an integrated 2 megapixel camera, the Nokia 5130 XpressMusic also supports image sharing through Share on Ovi, as well as the Mail on Ovi email service. The Nokia 5130 XpressMusic is expected to begin shipping in the first quarter of 2009 with an estimated retail price of 90 EUR.
Premium looks and practicality are the hallmarks of the Nokia 2320 classic, Nokia 2323 classic and Nokia 2330 classic. These affordable devices support Mail on Ovi and Nokia Life Tools. In addition, the Nokia 2323 classic offers an FM radio with recording and an Internet browser. The Nokia 2330 classic is also equipped with an integrated camera. The Nokia 2320 classic and the Nokia 2323 classic are expected to begin shipping during the second quarter of 2009 with an estimated retail price of 40 EUR. The Nokia 2330 classic is expected to begin shipping during the second quarter of 2009 with an estimated retail price of 50 EUR.
The Nokia 1202 and Nokia 1661 offer exceptional value from a brand that represents quality and trust. At only 25 EUR, the Nokia 1202 is Nokia’s lowest cost mobile device to date. Developed specifically for people in rural areas, the Nokia 1202 includes standard features like a flashlight, extended battery life, loud ringtones and a phone book for up to five users. The Nokia 1661 is Nokia’s lowest cost color phone including an FM radio and a large color screen. The Nokia 1661 also supports flashlight, loud ringtones and multiple phonebooks. The Nokia 1202 is expected to begin shipping in the fourth quarter of 2008. The Nokia 1661 is expected to begin shipping in the first quarter of 2009 with an estimated retail price of 30 EUR.
Source / photo: NOKIA Press Release