Nokia: 'whole world now turning to the latest phones'
16 June 2009 — 5:00 PM
The merging of web and mobile technology is encouraging consumers to desire the latest handsets, it has been suggested.
According to a spokesman for Nokia - which has a range of new models available to tempt people who are recycling mobile phones - there are some exciting times ahead for the sector.
Chris Carr, vice-president of sales in the South East Asia Pacific region, said people from all types of countries were now seeing the benefits of what the latest phones are capable of.
"We are witnessing exciting developments in our industry driven by the rapid convergence of the internet and mobile. This is not only happening in advanced markets but for everyone," he explained.
Phones in the Nokia range that offer a host of internet connectivity facilities include the upcoming N97.
The device was unveiled in December 2008 and is set for launch this month. At the time of the original announcement, the Finnish manufacturer called it "a true mobile computer".
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