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Video: Staying connected just got simple! #Nokia

Here’s a promo video about the ways Nokia’s phones are keeping people connected – and simply. Mail – Chat – Social.

  • 150 Million devices
  • 200 countries
  • 26 Languages
  • 187 devices
  • 50 phones to choose from (50 currently supported on sale. crikey!)
  • Available on 56 Nokia device models
  • Top 10 Ovi Mail Countries are emerging markets:
    1. Bangladesh
    2. China
    3. India
    4. Indonesia
    5. Kenya
    6. Nigeria
    7. Philippines
    8. South Africa
    9. Thailand
    10. Vietnam

The tagline in description says: “Its now simpler to stay connected with work and life all the time at one place with Nokia Smartphones”



Other than text/calls, how do you connect with your Nokia phone?

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  1. ahsan
    November 21, 2010 at 12:50 pm

    china is an emerging market ? O.o lol you ought to put pakistan in there nokia 😛

  2. Ben
    November 21, 2010 at 3:27 pm

    …but at the moment not even Ovi Chat for N8 (at least not in Finland). I’ve used to to have it in all previous devices so frustrating to wait Ovi Chat to be available for N8…

  3. Rudeboi
    November 21, 2010 at 7:26 pm

    Connecting people huh? That’s the logo in what it is all about. I hope the E7 has the same chat service as the N900 and video calling client as well and where you don’t have to use crap like Nimbuzz or twango to do a simple video call or those other apps as well with no push notification. If it offers what the N900 has far as communication with whom ever I will but the device if not then I’m waiting for the N9

  4. Ben
    November 22, 2010 at 4:40 pm

    Video calls are great on N8 and most Nokias and I just heard that the chat will be included to the next firmware update for N8 – and that the update will come soon. Hope that’s the case! 🙂

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