Nokia unveiled the Nokia 2600 classic and the Nokia 1209 for consumers in emerging markets.
The Nokia 2600 classic features changeable colored Xpress-on covers and MP3 ring tones. The Nokia 2600 classic features include an FM radio and a VGA camera.
The Nokia 1209 is optimized for phone sharing featuring pre-paid tracker, a cost-tracking application and multiple phonebook - which allows up to five people to store personal contact lists of up to two hundred numbers on a single phone.
Additionally the Nokia 1209 incorporates dust resistance, offers up to 80 languages and one-piece key mat for durability and reliability.
Nokia 2600 classic, which will retail for approximately 65 euros (~$94) before applicable taxes or subsidies, has begun shipping, ramping up in all key markets during the first quarter of 2008. Nokia 1209 will become available globally during the second quarter of 2008 and will retail for approximately 35 euros (~$50) before applicable taxes or subsidies.
Via this Nokia press-release.
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