Nokia to pitch in with R&D centre in Mumbai

MUMBAI: The world's largest mobile telephone maker Nokia is targeting the Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) market in India.

The company, which has launched CDMA phones 3125 and 2112 aimed at the booming Asia-Pacific markets, is planning to establish an R&D facility for CDMA technology in Mumbai, says an official release.


The unit, expected to be fully functional by June, will cater to local demands and the needs of other CDMA service providers in the Asia-Pacific region.

Nokia competes with Motorola, Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics in India.

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