Nokia has become the latest company to roll out an 'iPhone killer.' The new touch-screen phone will also feature built-in java and DVB-H mobile connectivity. The device will also likely feature Wi-Fi or HDSPA connectivity.
Given Nokia's heavyweight status on the mobile phone market, it's also likely that the company will be able to sell its phone at a lower price than Apple.
So, to review: Nokia's phone will have more features, a lower price tag, and the support of one of the biggest vendors in the industry. Sounds like Apple is dead in the water, right?
Not if history is any indication.
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