Nokia to Bring Touch Device to Market This Year
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Jul 17, 2008, 12:54 PM by Eric M. Zeman
During a press call today, Nokia's head of mobile devices, Kai Oistamo, confirmed that the company will bring at least one touch-based device to the market during the second half of this year. The device for this year will be focused on the mass market, and not high-end, niche customers. Nokia will later introduce touch devices spanning the entire range of entry-level to high-end phones over time. Exactly when any of these devices will become available was not made clear.
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its about time
Blackberry now Nokia.
However, I am a little bit bummed that Nokia will initially only be offering touch in the mass market (transla...