Nokia has unveiled a number of new products, including several new phone and video offerings at the 3GSM Congress.
The company announced three new Eseries devices. The phones, designed for business professionals, include the E61i e-mailer device, the E65 slider and the E90, which has technologies like HSDPA and integrated GPS.
Each uses 3G and WLAN technologies and the Symbian S60 software platform.
The E65 is available in some markets now and the other two phones will begin shipping by the summer.
Nokia released its first mass-market navigation-enabled mobile phone, the 6110 Navigator. The phone has integrated GPS and lets users view their location, search for destinations and find specific routes. It will begin shipping sometime this year.
The 3310 classic also was introduced. It is an upgraded version of the phone with built-in FM stereo radio, a 1.3-megapixel camera and a music player. It also ships in the second quarter.
The company also unveiled the Nokia N77 multimedia computer, which it said is designed to accelerate the take up of DVB-H mobile TV devices.
The N77 is a mobile TV device that features a wide 2.4-inch screen, stereo sound, alerts when programs are starting, and a guide to view program information, browse TV channels and purchase new channels. Nokia said it will start shipping during the second quarter of 2007 in countries where DVB-H services are available.
Finally, the company launched the Nokia Video Center and announced YouTube and Reuters as content partners.
The service combines branded video services, Internet videos and sideloaded videos from the PC in a single place, Nokia said. It will be pre-installed first in the Nokia N95 multimedia computer and available for download to other Nseries multimedia computers.