New Delhi, July 3 (UNI) With business phones ringing in a new tone for handset makers, Nokia India today launched two new models in its E-series catalogue--Nokia E71 and Nokia E66.
The two models--E71 and E66 are priced at Rs 22,949 and Rs 23,689 respectively and target the growing number of customers looking for anywhere access to internet.
''The high-end models are meant for people who lead a mobile lifestyle and want quick and easy access to their personal and work email,'' Nokia India Director-Marketing Devinder Kishore told reporters here.
The company now has nine phones in its E-series segment.
The E71 features a full BlackBerry-esque Qwerty keyboard and handset styling, while the E66 slider gives email connectivity options, including Gmail and Windows Live.
The E66 has HSDPA connectivity for speedy downloads and has both Wi-Fi and Assisted GPS on board.
The phones are equipped with a 2.4 inch screen and a 3.2-megapixel camera.
The memory is expandable up to 8GB, and the battery will hold out for at least 7.5 hours.
The Finnish firm also released a report on 'Mapping the Enterprise Mobility Adoption in India' that mapped the behavioural and usage of 1,500 consumers and over 200 enterprise users in five locations of the country (Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai).
The research illustrates a strong adoption of mobile solutions for communication with enhanced productivity being seen as the most important perceived advantage of using Mobility Applications (59.6 per cent).
Mr Kishore, however, did not divulge any details on the investments being made or the capex earmarked for the year.
Nokia has earlier said it will invest 75 million dollars in its manufacturing plant in Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu.
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