Nokia Announces Two New TD-SCDMA Based Mobile Phones
Published on: 25th Apr 2010
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Nokia has announced details ofÂ two new mobile phones for the Chinese 3G market the Nokia X5 and the Nokia C5 for TD SCDMA. Customized for China Mobile these two new TD SCDMA devices also include the first joint mobile application store, the Mobile Market Ovi Store.
"Nokia is boosting its leadership in the TD-SCDMA market by strengthening its TD-SCDMA portfolio with products that appeal to a wide range of customers at a range of price points. After the milestone collaboration with China Mobile on the Mobile Market-Ovi Store, we also continue to offer new and stylish devices to satisfy our consumers," said Chris Leong, Senior Vice President, Greater China, Korea & Japan.
Designed for music lovers and young trendsetters, the new Nokia X5 is the first Nokia TD-SCDMA Symbian based entertainment device. The Nokia X5 will become available in China during the second quarter of 2010.
The Nokia C5 is a TD-SCDMA device at a new affordability level in Nokia's portfolio. The Nokia C5 will become available in China during the third quarter of 2010.