Nokia Launches Cutting Edge Mobile Phones

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World's largest cellphone maker Nokia on Wednesday launched a number of new devices, including phones that offer location-based navigation services, a move that will help the company consolidate its leadership in the mobile space.


Nokia improved its market share to 40 per cent last year and hopes to better it.

Launching four mobile phones at the GSM World Congress, the company said these were no longer mobile phones but mini personal computers.

"As we continue to free the internet from the limitations of the desktop, we are taking mobility into a completely new realm of possibility," said Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, Chief Executive Officer of Nokia.

The four devices -- N96, Nokia N78, Nokia 6220 and Nokia 6210 (RPT) 6210 Navigator -- all exhibit different location based and multimedia experiences from pedestrian navigation to geo-tagging and movie viewing to video and photo sharing.

All the phones would be available in the market beginning second quarter of this year.

Commenting on the new range of i-phones from Apple and other companies, Nokia officials said they were ready to face the competition.

Commenting on the new range of phones, Kai Ostamo, Nokia's Executive Vice President (Mobile Phones), said that "we would like to be called Mobile Experience Company and not just a mobile phone company."


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