We doubt that folks at Nokia have yet to stop basking in the glory of selling 200 million
of its 1100 models yet, but the baking glow just got a bit brighter thanks to a record setting order from China Postel. China's largest mobile phone wholesaler has reportedly sent in an order for $2.5 billion worth of Nokia phones over the course of 2007, which could eventually represent "more than 20 million mobiles." Of course, China is Nokia's number one market
, and it's no surprise to hear that more and more individuals in the country are slated to pick themselves up a new handset in the relatively near future. Interestingly, precise models on the PO weren't noted, but it was suggested that the bulk of them would be "low-end handsets
" that cater to such markets who desire basic, reliable handsets at a rock bottom price.