Mobile connectivity goes back to basics
Nokia 3109 classic offers affordable, straightforward functionality
Nokia today announced the new Nokia 3109 classic, a mobile phone that offers a productive feature set, long battery life and expandable memory for effective, reliable and distraction free communication. Nokia 3109 classic is expected to be available in the second quarter of 2007 at an estimated retail price of EUR 140, excluding taxes and subsidies.
The Nokia 3109 classic is a well-balanced package for consumers and companies who appreciate simplicity and value for money. Functional for office use, the Nokia 3109 classic includes email with attachments, and synchronizes calendars and to-do lists with personal computers through its USB connection. The memory of the Nokia 3109 classic is also expandable to 2GB with a microSD memory card.
“We recognize that a sizeable number of people just want a mobile phone to stay in touch on their own terms,” said John Barry, Director, Mobile Phones, Nokia. “For these individuals, and for companies who want to support their employees by providing a mobile phone, the Nokia 3109 classic offers strong functionality and adheres to certain corporate privacy and security policies.”
The Nokia 3109 classic offers an expansive 2,000 entry phonebook as well as a large keymat and 256k colour display which add to the enhanced usability of the phone. The traditional design and familiar Nokia menu structure make it even more user-friendly. The Nokia 3109 classic is built for durability and reliability with robust construction and a long battery life of up to 4 hours talk time and up to 16 days stand-by time.
The Nokia 3109 classic also features
- Integrated handsfree speaker
- Organizer with calendar, to-do list and notes
- PC suite with USB, Bluetooth connectivity
- Music player
- E-mail client with attachments
Please find press photos of the Nokia 3109 classic here: http://www.nokia.com/A4136017?category=3109c.
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