China Mobile Communications Corporation has been blessed with an exclusive Nokia S60 handset for their network, and it will be the Nokia 6122c. It is an all-around basic phone with a compact candy-bar form factor, and will be tailor-made for easier access to all of CMCC’s Internet services and contents.
David Tang, Vice President of sales in the Nokia Greater China area says, “Working with top-ranking local operators enables Nokia to optimize services for local customers, and this product exemplifies our close collaboration with global leading telecom operaters.” Sure enough, the Nokia 6122c will only be released exclusively for CMCC. But you can expect a plain Nokia 6122 mobile phone to be outed soon thereafter.
The Nokia 6122c will feature no less than a standard 2 megapixel camera with built-in flash, and the photos taken by it can afterwards be viewed on its small-ish 2-inch screen. MicroSD cards are supported up to 8GB, and there is an FM stereo radio feature to ease the pain of boredom during long commutes.
Being a S60 Nokia device, the 6122c will be open for many add-on applications that will make it all the more appealing to customers. No pricing details have been offered just yet, but you can expect it to be on the affordable side.
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