Nokia launches 5230 Nuron
23 March 2010 — 5:56 PM
People thinking of selling old mobile phones and upgrading might take some inspiration from the annual CTIA Wireless 2010 show, held in Las Vegas.
The show will reveal the latest trends in mobile phones and could give those looking for an upgrade a better idea of what can be purchased.
And at the 25th annual event, the Nokia 5230 Nuron will make its debut.
Just some of the features of the device are 3G connectivity and applications, which have proved to be highly popular selling points of smartphones.
President of Nokia Mark Louison explained that 1.3 billion people have phones and these have become a large part of many people's lives.
"It's no longer about the technology, it's about what it can do for you," he added.
Content available on Ovi Store will also feature on the Nokia 5230 Nuron.
The store offers users a range of options, including maps, calendars and music downloads.
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