Praise for Nokia's latest international model

8 April 2009 — 10:04 AM

Trading in an old Nokia phone could help buy a new one

An entry-level 3G handset from Nokia has been praised by one of the manufacturer's international spokesmen.

Colin Giles, senior vice-president for the Finnish company's operations in the Greater China, Japan and Korea region said the Nokia 6210s is a device the firm is proud of.

It is one of the group's latest phones to be equipped with Symbian S60 smartphone technology and features a 3.2-megapixel camera, media player, stereo FM radio and 1GB of memory via an SD card provided in the box.

Mr Giles' comments follow the launch of the handset in South Korea, where he stated it is hoped it will have a significant impact.

"The Nokia 6210s is an ideal device to kick-start Nokia's portfolio in Korea. It is a competitively-priced smartphone with a slide form factor that is very popular," he added.

Another gadget available on the handset which may interest those recycling mobile phones is GPS navigation and access to Nokia Maps.

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