Nokia, leading mobile phone maker, is expecting India to accept its three new launches – N71, N80 and N92 – in a big way.
Two new phones, N71 and N80 will be made available in India and other Asia Pacific markets in the first quarter of 2006; while the third new hand-set, N92, will be made available in mid-2006, in countries which allow digital video broadcasting-handheld (DVB-H). Its N92 is the world’s first mobile phone with a built-in DVB-H receiver, enabling users to watch and record live TV at any point in time.
M. Montanaro, vice president, Nokia Asia Pacific, said, “India is one of the fastest growing nations, and the largest telecom market. We are excited to offer three very exciting mini-computers for consumers’ pockets.”
Nokia’s senior management team said that several developed countries have implemented the policy of allowing live television on mobile phones, and they hoped India would follow suit. (from our sistersite, ContentSutra)