Nokia has an uphill task and that is to save its face in the ever so competitive Cellphone market. The likes of Apple and HTC aren’t making things easy for the Finnish giant either, for their technology seems to be entangling everyone. The option thus is to change with the changing times and for that very reason it has decided to launch its first customised handset which supports NIT DoCoMO’s i-mode value added services. The 6124 classic i-mode would be launched in collaboration with Far Eas Tone Telecommunications. Nokia is incidentally a late starter on this, too because FET has hooked up with other big names such as Motorola, Sony Ericsson for the i-mode services enabled handsets manufacturing. The Nokia 6124 would hit the stores in Taiwan sometime this month.