11 January 2013

Kenya: Nokia Stocks Up New Headsets to Entice Market

With so much buzz in the marketplace about Windows Phone platform, many mobile phone manufacturers are hastily embracing Windows 8. Nokia is now capitalising on this to capture the retail market through enhanced consumer experience.

Now on offer to enhance the Nokia Lumia Experience is the Nokia Purity High Definition headset. The headset comes with buttons for full media controls, including the power, play and pause buttons and handsfree call functions for call answering and ending buttons.

As with the Lumia handsets themselves, the Purity HD headset features a high build quality, with the device being constructed out of scratch resistant materials.

Users have a choice of four colours, namely white, black, cyan and fuchsia, making it easy to get one to perfectly match their favourite Nokia Lumia smartphone.

Weighing in at 180g and measuring 290mm x 40mm x 200mm (LxWxT), this on-ear headset fits cozily on the ears, thanks to the comfy soft ear cushions.

With integrated music and call handling controls on the ControlTalk cable, you can play your music and take incoming calls handsfree. The headset comes with two cables, a dedicated mic and ControlTalk cable for Windows phones and a microphone enabled cable for other devices.

Nokia Purity HD Stereo Headset is compatible with any phone, music player or other device with a 3.5 mm audio connector, including other Nokia phones.

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