Nokia Nuron is now a prepaid option with T-Mobile while AT&T gets the Nokia C3

Nokia Nuron is now a prepaid option with T-Mobile while AT&T gets the Nokia C3

Stilltrying to get their foot past the door here in the US market, Nokiais looking to attack the heart of the prepaid market in their nextcalculated move in strengthening their brand name among US consumers.

T-Mobile has been offering the Nokia Nuron very readily over thecourse of the last few months, but it's now transitioning over tobecome included in the carrier's prepaid lineup. Selling for $129.99,the Nokia Nuron will surely find its place among customers since itcomes with free walk and drive navigation with Ovi Maps. Plus, thereare also an assortment of other features that should enable owners totie it close to their daily lives – like social networking. Targetstores will initially be the place to catch the handset, but it'lleventually trickle down to other authorized retailers as well.

ForAT&T customers, they can now find a simple messaging solutionwith the Nokia C3 which actually launched on October 3rd.Prepaid AT&T customers will find it very affordable since it'llonly cost them $79.99 to catch the QWERTY packing Nokia C3. If you'relooking for this one, you'll want to make your way towards your localWalmart location.

Nokia Nuron 5230 Specifications | Review

Nokia C3 Specifications | Review

source:Nokia Conversations

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5230 Nuron
  • Display 3.2 inches
    640 x 360 pixels
  • Camera 2 MP (Single camera)
  • Storage 0.07GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 1320 mAh
  • OS Symbian 9.4S60 5th Edition
  • Display 2.4 inches
    240 x 320 pixels
  • Camera 2 MP (Single camera)
  • Hardware , 0.06GB RAM
  • Storage 0.055GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 1320 mAh


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