Nokia 6122c

Posted: May 6 2008, 4:54am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:53am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
Nokia 6122c
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Nokia announced the launch of the Nokia 6122c, exclusively available for China Mobile Communications Corporation (CMCC).

The S60 running Nokia 6122c handset features a 2 megapixel camera, 2.0" display, digital music player, FM stereo radio, and microSD card slot supporting up to 8GB.
Based on S60 and Symbian OS, the Nokia 6122c enables the user to download additional applications and content on the phone and enjoy various digital experiences including entertainment services. It also allows the user to run several applications on the device at the same time.

"The Nokia 6122c is another S60 device exclusively available for CMCC, demonstrating the continued collaboration between Nokia and CMCC," says Michael Hsu, Vice President, China Mobile Account, Nokia Operator Channel. "As a world leading mobile phone manufacturer, we highly value collaboration with CMCC. Together we will strive to forge long-term development of the domestic mobile telecom industry."
Via the Nokia site.

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