Today Nokia announced the launch of WCDMA 3G mobile phones in Korea. The first available 3G phone from Nokia in Korea is the Nokia 6210s.
The Nokia 6210s is a smartphone based on S60 software. It features a 3.2 megapixel camera, an MP3 player, video playback, and a stereo FM radio. Photographs can be taken in panoramic mode and can also be uploaded to Flickr. The Nokia 6210s comes with a 1GB memory card in box. While the Nokia 6210s is Nokia's first WCDMA device to be sold in Korea, Nokia has a long history in Korea having had manufacturing facilities in Masan since 1984.
The Nokia 6210s has a retail price of KRW 396,000 and will be sold through KTF shops and is available now.
Via the Nokia Korea site.
I guess it will take more advanced smartphones to start competing in the Korean market with the dominating local heroes being LG and Samsung.