Just like an unsecured gumball machine, Nokia phones just keep barraging out at us. This time, the Finnish mobile phone giant is announcing three new handsets that complement their "fashion lineup".
The higest-end of the ones recently announced is the Nokia 7390, a 3G phone with music and video player, as well as video calling. The standalone retail price on this one will be 450 euros (about $580). Next is the 7373, also with a handful of multimedia capabilities, and it will go for 350 euros ($440).Also briefly mentioned was the 7360, a fairly basic cell phone that will retail for 200 euros. These prices are, of course, before subsidies from service contracts. So the 7360 will probably be a free phone with 2 years of service, or at least very close to free.
Report Published by: Mark Raby
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