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Wednesday, May 10, 2006
Nokia Launches New Mid-range Sports Phone


The world's largest handset maker, Nokia, unveiled a new mobile phone model on Wednesday, aimed at sports fans and strengthening its mid-range offering.

The new 5500 phones are scheduled to hit the shelves in the third quarter and are expected to retail for about 300 euros ($380) before taxes and subsidies, Nokia said.

The phone includes a sports mode which can be used to monitor distances walked or calories burned during a workout.


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