Phone giant Nokia has admitted that some of its 8210 handsets have malfunctioning displays.
The company has issued a warning saying that the fault, in a batch of phones produced at the end of 2001, causes text to fade especially in bright lights and in cold temperatures.
The problem was caused by a faulty component provided by a supplier, but the component is no longer in use. Phones from this batch were mostly sold in Scandinavia.
Nokia spokesman Tapio Hedman said that the situation was under control, although he refused to say how many phones were affected or which supplier was responsible for the dodgy kit.
The cost of fixing the fault could be huge. One analyst has set the repair bill at Eu50m.
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