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How many series of phones in Nokia?

Sunday, July 19, 2009

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Well, at the outset there are only 2 series - the N series, which is defined by the high end phones for the more savvy users. The other is the E series, which is for the business guys. To me, it comprises of all those phones that could be mistaken for a calculator (yeah, remember!). All other phones have a four digit code that makes life tough and sad for owners of these phones.

But there is a new series just trademarked by Nokia in Finland. Anyone's guess who it is meant for. It is the C series. Like engadget mentions, it could mean both computer and crap! LOL
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