Nokia signs handset deal in Canada

Nokia announced the Canadian launch of the Nokia 2630 mobile phone, a Canada Newswire report said.

The report said Nokia has signed partnership deals with Videotron and Petro Canada for the release of the Nokia 2630 handset.

At a 9.9 mm thick, the Nokia 2630 is the thinnest handset in Nokia's portfolio.

An camera, combined with Bluetooth technology, gives users a number of options when it comes to communicating and sharing their experiences.

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