Nokia is poised to launch two new business-focussed mobile phones in August in the form of the E52 and E55, reports suggest.
According to industry news source NokNoktv, the handsets have today begun appearing in August release pages of mobile phone retailers, with both phones apparently due in a matter of weeks.
The E55 will reportedly be the first to hit stores with a launch date of August 18th, with the E52 set to appear on the 28th.
Features of the Nokia E52 include HSDPA support, a 3.2 megapixel camera and advanced e-mail and messaging functions.
Meanwhile, the E55 houses a compact QWERTY keyboard and a 2.4-inch touchscreen and offers full integration of Ovi services.
The Finnish handset manufacturer is also believed to be planning a mini version of its flagship mobile phone the Nokia N97, which is around 20 per cent smaller than the current edition.
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