Nokia naming conventions to make mobile phone upgrades easier?
2 March 2010 — 6:00 PM
Consumers could soon be helped out by new naming conventions from Nokia when considering recycling their old mobile phone.
The mobile operator has revealed the method behind how it labels its new devices, which has been coming into play in the past few months.
Four series of handsets will be available to customers - the C, X, E and N series and each will given its own area of speciality.
The N Series will remain the mobile manufacturer's flagship range for its most advanced products, the X Series will focus on entertainment, E will be related to business and productivity and the C range will stand for the Nokia core range of products.
Additionally, a single digit number will identify the phone's pricing and functionality, with one being lowest and nine being the highest.
Nokia has recently unveiled the C5 which will be available for a price of around 135 (£122).
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