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Nokia 6210s smartphone launched in Korea

Nokia has announced via pressreleasepoint, that they will begin to sell WCDMA 3G mobile handsets in Korea, and that the first mobile handset will be the Nokia 6210s.

With the launch of the Nokia 6210s it will be the first time Nokia will sell a 3G mobile handset in Korea, and senior VP of Greater China, Japan and Korea, Nokia, Colin Giles says the time is now right to enter the Korean market.

The Nokia 6210s is a Nokia slider smartphone that features a 3.2 megapixel camera, FM radio, MP3 player, and runs Symbian S60 and will come with a 1GB memory card in the box. The Nokia 3210s smartphone will retail for KRW 396000 via KFT stores and is available immediately

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2 thoughts on “Nokia 6210s smartphone launched in Korea”

  1. guest says:

    since i bought the phone when it was released the battery will last about 5 days. It comes with two batteries, i just wish it was like other Korean phones and had a second charger for the spare battery for easy swap out.