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Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Nokia Ships Three New CDMA Devices in China


Nokia is today strengthening its CDMA portfolio with the announcement of three new CDMA mobile devices: Nokia 6316s, Nokia 3806 and Nokia 1506.

The Nokia 1506 is expected to become available in China at the end of 2009, while the Nokia 6316s and the Nokia 3806 are expected to become available during the first quarter of 2010.

"Nokia is boosting its leadership in the CDMA market by updating an already strong line-up with products that appeal to a wide range of customer needs," said David Tang, Vice President of Nokia China.

"Of these devices, the Nokia 6316s is bringing exciting 3G services to life for users in China," added Mr Tang. "Building on previous collaboration over the Nokia 8208, this is yet another success story resulting from our close relationship with China Telecom."

Nokia 6316s

A multimedia device with web browsing, music, imaging and GPS, the Nokia 6316s brings elegant design and functionality together in a compact sliding device. The stainless-steel Nokia 6316s achieves both style and ease of use with a 2.2" QVGA display, a 2-megapixel camera and Bluetooth 2.1.

The Nokia 6316s offers a full range of features in support of China Telecom services and preloaded applications such as QQ, Email, web browser, as well as try-and-buy applications mobile navigation and mobile stock.

Nokia 3806

Inheriting the successful Nokia design 'DNA', the Nokia 3806 combines elegant design, all-in-one functionality, affordability and powerful information sharing features.

With a 2.2" QVGA display, a 2-megapixel camera with video recorder, Bluetooth 2.1 and a card slot which can support an external memory card up to 4GB, the Nokia 3806 is an exciting mobile phone that allows users to easily capture and share every important moment.

The classic monoblock design of the Nokia 3806 is lined with silver trim and is available in three colour schemes: piano black, pure white and rose gold.

Nokia 1506

Designed to simplify the lives of its users, the Nokia 1506 is Nokia's most affordable CDMA device to date. The easy-to-use Nokia 1506 stands out from other entry-level mobiles with a slender monoblock design with high-gloss colors, a Navi key in metallic finish, a voice recorder, an integrated handsfree speaker and long battery performance.

There are two colour schemes available: Black and plum.


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