Nokia browser-enabled handset hits market

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Nokia yesterday launched a initial array of identical tiwn sim handset with built-in Nokia browser in Bangladesh, a organisation pronounced in a statement.

The phone — Nokia C2-03 — is labelled during Tk 7,900. It is S40-based slider with modernized features, together with 2.6 in. QVGA resistive hold shade display, GSM / GPRS / EDGE connectivity as great as Nokia maps for S40.

The set additionally contains 3.5mm headset jack, stereo FM radio, 2 mega pixel camera, 10 mega byte inner mental recall as great as MicroSD label which supports up to 32 giga byte.

The phone launched during a programme during National Press Club in Dhaka is targeted for people who enterprise price saving facilities yet compromising a technology, a matter added.

With a Nokia browser built-in, browsing a internet has never been faster as it compresses all a interpretation prior to it reaches to a phone for faster, richer as great as cost-efficient web browsing to revoke interpretation price upto 90 percent, a organisation said.

“Nokia is committed to bond a millions of people in Bangladesh with a smashing universe of internet. In a past integrate of years Nokia has consistently worked to expostulate internet preparation as great as usage. Be it by ensuring affordable internet enabled device or upon condition which a initial email comment for a consumers, Nokia has continually lead a approach for a continuous Bangladesh,” pronounced Abu Daud Khan, nation physical preparation instructor for Nokia operations in Bangladesh as great as Nepal.

Nokia’s unchanging bid to expostulate some-more worth has never stopped, Khan added. “Yet again you have been here with an sparkling ultimate underline which will shift a internet use of millions of consumer. Going brazen this is starting to be a pass underline which will supplement incremental worth to a consumers of Bangladesh by pushing a aloft mobile internet experience.”

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