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Mobile & Wireless

Nokia launches Lumia series in Thailand

Thursday 3 May 2012 | 03:04 CET | News
Nokia has launched its first Windows-based smartphones in Thailand and aims to regain its market share in the country. "We aim to become a dominant player in the smartphone market again over the next two to three years," The Bangkok Post quotes Grant McBeath, managing director of Nokia Thailand, as saying. Nokia launched the Lumia 900 with a retail price of THB 18,000, the Nokia Lumia 800 at THB 15,400, Lumia 710 at THB 9,000, and the Lumia 610 at THB 7,400. The company plans a major marketing campaign for the new smartphones as it expects the Lumia will contribute as much as 90 percent of total revenue in Thailand.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Nokia
Countries: Thailand
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