What was said in the Nokia Press Conference

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2 Days ago we were invited to attend Nokia’s Press Conference, updating us on all their upcoming products and services. Nokia’s Middle East Vice President, Tom Farrell, started the conference,  Many product ranges were discussed, including the Asha Range (lower end smartphones), the new Windows power Lumia, and the Nokia 808 PureView Technology. 
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We were giving our followers live updates to the events and these were the tweets in case you missed them: 
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When will the nokia lumia come to kuwait? Asnw: When it will have local arabic support and full local support #nokiaPCkwt under development


Whats the Nokia Lumia Range?


The Nokia Lumia is Nokia’s Windows 7 Phone range, its being sold in over 31 markets. It was very very successful in Europe and the the windows apps platform witnessed an 800% increase in growth for apps offered for Nokia Lumia Devices.




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#nokiaPCkwt compression mechanisms to reduce the cost to consumers on new Asha handsets. Location (cont) tl.gd/gg2vmk


The Asha Range:

High Quality, Smartphones on a budget, with prices starting from 24 KWD. ,, meant for those consumers who want to experience the applications without breaking the budget.




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Nokia #asha range #nokiaPCkwtsmartphones for all. Starting for as little as 24 KWD

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dude photography frenzy all journalists taking shot of speaker ill hashtag the event #nokiaPCkwtfollow for more info



PureView Technology, the nokia 808 PureView:

One other point that they discussed was the new PureView technology, Mainly the Nokia 808 PureView, it combines a large, high-resolution 41-megapixel sensor, Carl Zeiss optics and Nokia developed pixel over-sampling technology. This means incredibly sharp, detailed images, superior low light performance and the capability to save images in compact file sizes for sharing in email, MMS and on social networks.




Comments 2

  1. Lovely coverage walla it’s nice to see them try to get back into the game what with Apple, Android and Blackberry taking over a large part of their demographic.

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      Thanks Jacqui, yeah it was, i heard that it was a great hit in Europe, still have to try it out to judge, i’ll be waiting to get my hands on one 😀

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