Nokia launches its first cell phone for the 3G-network of China Mobile

30 10 2009

New Nokia 6788 Smartphone

Nokia announced its first smartphone to support 3G-network company China Mobile on Tuesday.

Nokia 6788 runs the Symbian operating system and has a 2.8-inch display, 5 megapixel camera with dual LED flash and support A-GPS (Assisted GPS).

Content can be stored in phone memory or 4GB of MicroSD cards up to 8 gigabytes. The phone also supports instant messaging and e-mail, according to specifications from Nokia.

Nokia plans to begin selling in late December 6788, but has not yet announced the price.

3G China Mobile, the network uses TD-SCDMA (Time Division-Synchronous Code Division Multiple Access), a radio technology developed in China. Nokia announced its plans to introduce more TD-SCDMA phones in the near future.

In late September, China Mobile was about 508 million [M] mobile subscribers, making it the largest operator in the world. Approximately 1.6 million [M] those subscribers 3G-service company, according to its Web site.

China Mobile hopes support Nokia help stimulate the development of TD-SCDMA in China, said in a statement.




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