Nokia plans to sell its model 2652 in emerging markets starting in October 2005. The cell phone is expected to cost about 100 euros ($121) and is based on the .
Caption by: Bill Detwiler
The cell phone giant unveils a model meant for places where affordability is a key consideration.
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