Nokia Touts CDMA2000 1x Phone

Nokia unveils entry-level CDMA2000 1x phone for growth markets in the Asia/Pcific region

April 28, 2004

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MUMBAI, India -- Nokia today expanded its CDMA product portfolio with the introduction of the Nokia 2112 phone, a new CDMA2000 1X entry level phone with an attractive design and feature set that provides reliability and ease-of-use. The compact Nokia 2112 phone offers a competitive feature set with affordable price for the entry level segment, catering to the mobile communications needs of consumers in growth markets in Asia Pacific. Making its debut at the regional "CDMA: Partnership For Growth" technology summit held in Mumbai, the Nokia 2112 phone, powered by Nokia's own CDMA2000 1X chipset, operates on CDMA 800 networks and is expected to be commercially available in Asia Pacific markets during the third quarter of 2004.

"With the launch of the Nokia 2112 phone, we are introducing a new entry level phone to our expanding portfolio of CDMA products for new growth markets in Asia Pacific. This is in line with our global strategy of increasing our footprint in Asia Pacific and meeting the specific needs of mobile consumers in these markets. Backed by Nokia's dedication to quality and reliability, the Nokia 2112 offers consumers simplicity, ease-of-use in a compact-sized phone with an attractive design," said Larry Paulson, Vice President, Product and Business Strategy, CDMA Business Unit, Mobile Phones, Nokia.

Nokia Corp.

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