Nokia Launches N-Gage
Oct 7, 2003, 11:04 AM by (staff)
Nokia today launched its much-hyped N-Gage gaming handset. The company said it aims to sell 6-9 million units between now and the end of 2004, as it tries to break the grip on a market dominated by Nintendo's GameBoy. Several reports estimate that the company will spend $100 million on a marketing blitz to launch the device.
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