Nokia Introduced New Handsets and Service


Nokia, the world’s largest mobile phone maker from Finland, on June 18 introduced three new mobile handsets and said their launch would help boost its global market share from the current estimate of 36 percent as reported by Nokia’s senior vice president Asia Pacific, Urpo Karjalainen, in Singapore.
The new launches include the Nokia 6267, a phone with enhanced music capabilities and multi-media applications using 3G technology; the Nokia 3500 classic, a “stylish” phone with traditional features; and the Nokia 6121 classic, a phone with faster Internet browsing and downloading capabilities.
“We now see our share of the global market expanding to above the current estimate of 36 percent,” Karjalainen told a ceremony in Singapore ahead of the annual telecoms fair CommunicAsia.
Nokia also announced that it has agreed with Malaysia’s MiTV Corporation to introduce commercial broadcast mobile TV services in the country in the second half of 2007 which allow customers to watch TV channels on their mobile phones through the use of Digital Video Broadcast-Handheld (DVB-H) technology.
Nokia has already launched several mobile TV services in the Asia Pacific region in countries such as Singapore, India, the Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Taiwan, and has conducted trials in some European and North American countries as well using the DVB-H technology.

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