Nokia has announced that it will start to sell WCDMA 3G mobile devices in South Korea. The first model to be launched is the Nokia 6210s. This is the first time that Nokia will sell 3G mobile devices in Korea.
The Nokia 6210s is a smartphone based on S60 software. It features a 3.2 megapixel camera, an MP3 player, video playback and a stereo FM radio. Photographs can be taken in panoramic mode and can also be uploaded to Flickr. The Nokia 6210s comes with a 1Gb memory card in box.
The Nokia 6210s has a retail price of KRW396,000 and will be sold through KTF shops.
Colin Giles, senior vice president for Greater China, Japan and South Korea at Nokia, said: We are very proud of the fact that the Nokia 6210s will be stamped ‘Made in Korea’. For nearly two decades we have been exporting finely-crafted mobile phones made in Masan to the rest of world. Now, finally, what we have made in Masan can be sold in Seoul.