Nokia and Fido introduce comprehensive messaging with the Nokia 6070
MONTREAL, Aug. 31 /CNW/ - Nokia and Fido today announced the Canadian
availability of the Nokia 6070 handset. A tri-band GSM handset with a number
of different messaging options, the Nokia 6070 is the perfect mobile phone for
the person on-the-go. Whether at home or abroad on a business trip or a
vacation, the Nokia 6070 is a mobile companion that keeps consumers in touch
with friends and family.
Supported by the world's most familiar mobile phone user interface, the
Nokia 6070 is quite simply, easy to use. With a large 65K colour screen
display, viewing has never been so effortless. Using large keys to navigate
through Nokia's intuitive menus, users can quickly switch between a variety of
different modes. It's just as easy to snap a picture with the VGA camera,
using the shortcut key, and send it to a friend via picture messaging as it is
to look up a contact in the phone book and give them a call.
"Flexibility is key for many consumers," said Joe Woo, Director of Sales,
Nokia Canada. "Users can personalize almost every aspect of the handset, from
the ringtone they use for incoming calls to the structure of the main menu."
Along with an integrated stereo FM radio, camera, camcorder, and video
player, users can also customize their Nokia 6070 by:- Attaching photos to contacts in their phone book so they can see
- Selecting custom themes, ringing tones and light effects
- Selecting animated wallpapers and screen savers
- Changing the menu to reflect which features you access most
frequentlyThe Nokia 6070 is available exclusively at Fido outlets, retail partners
and on-line at fido.ca for $25 with a three-year Fido Agreement. For
additional information, please visit fido.ca. Fido is a registered trademark
of Fido Solutions Inc.
For more information on the Nokia 6070 handset, please visit
About Nokia Products Limited
Nokia is the world leader in mobility, driving the transformation and
growth of the converging Internet and communications industries. Nokia makes a
wide range of mobile devices and provides people with experiences in music,
navigation, video, television, imaging, games and business mobility through
these devices. Nokia also provides equipment, solutions and services for
communications networks. One of the oldest parts of Nokia's business in North
America, Nokia Products Limited, the Canadian subsidiary of Nokia, has been
bringing the best in mobile phones and enhancements to Canada to satisfy the
diverse needs of Canadian consumers. Nokia has a strong national presence in
Canada, with a global Multimedia R&D facility in Vancouver, global Enterprise
Solutions business in Kanata, and the national Head Office responsible for
sales and marketing of mobile phones in Ajax. Since January 2006, Nokia has
launched at least one new handset in the Canadian marketplace each month and
there are currently over 40 Nokia handsets available to Canadian consumers.
NOTE TO EDITORS: Demo handsets are available upon request.