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Monday, 11 February 2008 12:52

Nokia announces new E51 phone

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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Now without a camera

 

Nokia announced its new/old business phone, the E51, and it’s a rework of an old model. Basically, this model is almost identical to the old one, except for the camera that is not incorporated into this phone.

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Nokia decided to drop the camera because of the increasing demands of people from within the industry, who complained that due to the nature of their job – they’re not allowed to use camera-phones.

This device should hit the shelves in Q1 2008, and should cost about €250 with no taxes included. 

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