Nokia promises many new phones for U.S.

Nokia's chief designer, Alastair Curtis announced that Nokia would be offering a lot of new phones in the U.S. very soon: "In the next few months operators will carry a lot of new products from us." The announcement follows months of building anticipation for a launch of a big batch of Nokia phones in the U.S. While the handset maker dominates the global handset market with a 39 percent market share, it only has 10 percent penetration in the U.S. Curtis said U.S. consumers should expect CDMA handsets and adaptations of international models.

For more on the Nokia report:
- read this article from Electronista

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