Nokia launches cheaper smart phones
Nokia Corp. has launched three less-expensive smart phones, including its first model expected to sell for less than euro100 ($135).
The world’s largest mobile phone maker says it wants “to put better messaging and social networking tools in the hands of more people around the world at affordable prices.”
The new Nokia C3, Nokia E5 and Nokia C6 handsets have full QWERTY keyboards, enable instant messaging and give access to e-mails.
Their expected selling prices are euro90, euro180 and euro220 before taxes and subsidies.
The new phones will be available during the second and third quarters of this year.
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