Nokia's rolling out a pair of low-end handsets aimed squarely at the African growth market: the 1110 (pictured, right), which has an inverted monochrome screen (white text on a black background) and the 1600 with color screen. Both are basic, no-frills phones designed for low-cost delivery to developing markets, with the 1110 clocking in at about $80US and the 1600 coming in at $104.
Nokia puts out low-end 1110 and 1600 phones for developing markets
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