Nokia E71 and E66Nokia E66
Nokia E71 & Nokia E66 Smart Phones:
LONDON (Reuters) - The world's top cell phone maker, Nokia, unveiled two new models on Monday aimed at the business market dominated by the Blackberry, but Research in Motion Ltd shares rose because investors believe the maker of the popular handset is safe.
The new Nokia (NOK1V.HE) phones, meant to refresh the somewhat aging lineup of corporate offerings at the Finnish company, were widely expected after leaks on the Internet.
Nokia shares closed 2 percent lower in Helsinki at 16.57 euros, while RIM (RIM.TO) stock closed 5 percent higher at C$144.21
"This is not going to change anything," said Nomura analyst Richard Windsor. "They've got to do much more, they have to do a complete offering. The problem is they don't offer device independence and they don't have the embedded position that RIM does."
A combination image showing Nokia's new E71 (L) and E66 mobile phones.
source Yahoo News