Nokia has announced new array of mobile phones

| June 6, 2012 | 0 Comments
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Recently in Karachi, Nokia has introduced two new upcoming mobile phone models as it has planned to keep itself on a fast track when it comes to policy to connect the next generations in the form of billion numbers of consumers to use the handsets of Nokia. According to the news of one of the press release: “Among these handsets, the new Nokia 110 and Nokia 112 have been specifically designed to attract young generation, urban type of consumers who basically want to have a faster browsing speed on their mobile phones, and affordable at the same time.”

Both these newly launched handsets are flawless and perfect for the purpose of building a communication network especially through Facebook, Twitter and other social media networking websites. The internet experience which these users will have on the mentioned handsets will be smooth as compared to the previous versions. These innovative and next generation mobile phones will also allow the users to consume fewer amounts of data of about 90% by compressing down the websites in the cloud. Both of the handsets offer the direct access to view the pages Facebook and Twitter from the home screens of the mobile phones which makes them easy to handle and user interface. Not only this, the Nokia 112 also a special feature of preloaded e Buddy instant messaging service in the built in main menu section.

Just like the other mobile phone versions of Nokia, these newly launched phones will also have the ability from which consumers would be able to choose thousands of applications for the purpose of downloading online from the Nokia app store. Also, there will be newly upgraded camera in these two versions of Nokia handsets and the consumers will be able to even customize their contacts with their particular pictures and can also share them with their friends via all kind of social networking pages and even from Bluetooth also.

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Category: Cell Phones, Facebook, Internet News, Skype

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