Nokia unveils five more mobile phones

Nokia unveiled five new mobile handsets, including a 3G camera phone and two CDMA phones that should hit retail shelves this year, according to a Reuters report.
The report said the 3G phone, the 6151, came with a 1.3-megapixel camera and was expected to retail in the July-September quarter for 240 euros ($303), excluding subsidies and taxes, making it Nokia's cheapest 3G model, according to Nokia.
The report further said the CDMA phones, the 6275 and 2875 models, came with 2-megapixel and 1.3-megapixel cameras, respectively, and should reach stores in the fourth quarter.
Including the new phones, which were all candy bar-shaped, Nokia unveiled 23 new models this year. It had come out with roughly 40 new phones annually, the report said.

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