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Thailand has become one of Nokias top 10 markets for mobile phones and the company expects the market to keep growing The Asia-Pacific region is an important region for Nokia with three of our 10 largest markets in the world located in this region - China the Philippines and Thailand We believe the region will continue to see healthy growth over the next few years Robert Anderson senior vice president of Nokia Mobile Phone Asia-Pacific said at the companys Asia-Pacific launch of its new mobile phones here on Tuesday Nokias Style My Mobile World event in Melbourne was held simultaneously with one at CeBIT 2002 the global technology fair in Hanover Germany Nokia holds the largest share of the Thai mobile phone mar-ket with about 40 per cent follow-ed by Motorola Siemens and Ericsson Telecom analysts have fore-cast that the Thai mobile-phone market will reach eight million units this year up from six million last year Some of the six Nokia mobile phones unveiled on Tuesday were tailored to the Asia-Pacific market including the Nokia 3510 which supports general packet radio services and multimedia messaging as well as polyphonic sounds The model will go on sale in Europe Africa and the Asia-Pacific in the second quarter of this year Nokia said The 3315 model was designed exclusively for the Asia-Pacific market It will have a picture editor a Chinese phonebook and Thai input Nokia Mobile Phones Thailand launched the first Thai-enabled Nokia 3350 model in Thailand on January 27 Nokia also unveiled its colour-screen 7210 model - which supports multimedia messaging service MMS and can be used on GSM networks in Europe Asia and the United States - at Tuesdays event Nokia will begin shipping the 7210 early in the third quarter
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