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Nokia rolls out nine new products at Munich conferencenews
Our Convergence Bureau
12 December 2002
Mumbai: Nokia launched nine new products today at the annual Nokia Mobile Internet Conference in Munich, which showcases the latest in mobile communications and mobile services, according to a company press release. Nokia is the leading supplier of mobile phones in the world and one of the biggest suppliers of mobile, fixed broadband and IP networks.

1. The Nokia 6800 has a full keyboard for inputting text, a color display, SyncML support, email support, a stereo FM radio, as well as Java and multimedia messaging service (MMS) support. It is expected to start shipping in the first quarter of 2003 in Europe, Africa and Asia.

2. The Nokia 7250 is a svelte fashion phone with an integrated CIF camera, a full color display, support for MMS and Java. The model also incorporates a stereo FM radio and tri-band functionality. It's expected to start shipping in the first quarter of 2003 globally.

3. The Nokia 6100 phone, the world's smallest and lightest GPRS, MMS phone with color display, has a slim, streamlined shape with a wide complement of features. It's expected to start shipping before the end of 2002.

4. The Nokia 5100 has a full color display, Java and MMS functionality. Its main feature is a modern design for people with a leisure lifestyle. Shipments will begin globally in the first quarter of 2003.

5. The Nokia 2100 is an affordable and easy-to-use mobile phone for voice and text messaging designed for low mobile penetration markets in Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific. It's expected to be commercially available during the first quarter of 2003 in Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific.

6. The Nokia 8910i offers MMS, Java, Bluetooth wireless technology, HSCSD and GPRS in a sleek titanium casing. Deliveries are expected to start in the first quarter of 2003 in European, African and Asian markets.

7. The Nokia Observation Camera is a stand-alone device that allows users to request and receive information remotely. This can be done by simply sending a text message to the Observation Camera, which may be installed in various places. When the Observation Camera receives the request message, it takes an image and sends it to the mobile phone number or an e-mail address defined in the message. The camera is expected to start shipping in the second quarter, 2003. It will be available in Europe, Africa and Asia.

8. The Nokia Camera Headset HS-1C is a digital camera and headset enhancement for compatible Nokia phone models. The headset enables users to take digital images and send them as MMS with text, image, and/or audio content. It will start shipping globally in December 2002.

9. The Nokia Music Stand allows the Nokia 7250 phone's built-in radio to be played through high-quality stereo speakers. The music stand also works with the Nokia 6800. It will be available in the first quarter of 2003 globally.


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Nokia rolls out nine new products at Munich conference