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Sunday, 27 January 2008 12:03

Nokia 2600 Classic and Nokia 1209

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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Aimed at developing countries

 

Nokia announced two new phones aimed at developing countries such as India, Vietnam, Pakistan, etc. The models in question are 2600 classic and 1209.

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Nokia 2600 has a 65k color display, a VGA camera, Bluetooth port, FM radio tuner, and can use MP3s as ringtones. Its dimensions are 109, 6x49, 7x12mm, and it weighs 73,2 grams.

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Nokia 1209 is a cheap model, and the features are slashed to a bare minimum that phones should have today. Dimensions are 102x44, 1x17.5mm and it weighs 79 grams. In order not to look that basic, Nokia put a small LED lamp on the top of the phone. Since you can find LEDs anywhere today, even on lighters, it's not something you'd call impressive.

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The Nokia 2600 is already on the market and priced at 65 Euros (+ taxes), while the Nokia 1209 will cost about 35 Euros and should be on the market sometime in Q2 2008.

 

Last modified on Monday, 28 January 2008 03:12
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