Nokia designed the Booklet 3G to be a consumer device, but it looks like it may become highly successful among corporate customers.
According to Reuters, Heikki Norta, head of Nokia corporate strategy, recently declared that there is a growing interest from various companies for the Booklet 3G, and that “there is clear demand” for it.
This being said, it looks like Nokia won’t have any problems selling those 100,000 Booklet 3G units recently ordered from Compal.
The Nokia Booklet 3G is currently available for about €575 in Europe, or for $299 in the US, with a 2-yr AT&T contract agreement.
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