When we attended the Photokina 2006 event to work on our show report we had a short meeting with Eero Salmelin, Director Camera Unit Nokia. During our Q&A session we talked about the new Nokia N95 camera phone. In the words of Eero Salmelin, the new Nokia N95 Nokia N95 is more like an all-in-one multimedia computer with a great 2-way slide concept, integrated GPS functionality, a 5 Megapixel camera and support for high-speed networks. Nokia had a great position between the digital camera manufacturers and showed the public that they are ready to claim their share of the digital compact camera market. The Nokia N95 has a great design, feels solid and incorporates a long list of imaging and connectivity solutions.
Amid the excitement of the hottest DJ's and live performances from chart-topping artists, Nokia launched an exciting new range of music phones during an exclusive event at Nokia Theatre in New York's Times Square. Headlined by the Nokia 5300 XpressMusic, which features a stylish slide design and holds up to 1,500 tracks, these music phones make it easier than ever to carry a single device by combining the best of mobile communication and mobile music. With today's announcement, Nokia broadens its portfolio of music-driven mobile products, giving consumers an unparalleled array of choice. The new products announced today will begin shipments in select markets within weeks.
While hopping over from one Hall to the other Hall we ran into a new Nokia; the Nokia N95 camera phone. The Nokia N95 is stylish, but more or less a basic shaped mobile phone with a high resolution camera module inside. Capturing 5 Megapixels while talking to your best friend is just a matter of pushing the right button. Mobile Imaging is catching on… what is next?
Nokia introduced the Nokia N95, an all-in-one multimedia computer with a pioneering 2-way slide concept, integrated GPS functionality, a 5 megapixel camera and support for high-speed networks, making it easier to watch and record videos, listen to songs, take high-quality photos, browse the internet, or catch up on email while on the move. "The Nokia N95 brings a range of multimedia ingredients together, such as a fantastic display, outstanding photo and video capability and high-speed connectivity, making it the ultimate multimedia computer," said Anssi Vanjoki, Executive Vice President, Multimedia, Nokia. "This single device, which fits easily in your pocket, can replace stand-alone devices that you no longer need.”
Nokia introduced the Nokia N75, its smallest multimedia computer, offering digital music playback, quality photography, telephony and rich internet communication. The Nokia N75 provides a multimedia experience in a thin and elegant clamshell, while utilizing Nokia's renowned ease of use. "By combining people's entertainment and leisure needs into the Nokia N75, Nokia is affecting the lifestyles of mobile device users in a positive way. With all its features and beautiful design, the Nokia N75 keeps your life connected and it's far easier and more enjoyable to just have one device to carry around, and still keep ahead of the game!" said Nigel Rundstrom, vice president of Multimedia Sales for Nokia in North America.
Nokia, the global leader in mobility, today kicked off a weeklong display of its latest imaging achievements at Photokina 2006, Germany. Highlighting the benefits that mobility brings to imaging, Nokia's exhibition area is packed with the newest Nokia Nseries multimedia computers and the very latest experiences offered by them. Nokia is pleased to invite the media to attend a press conference at Photokina 2006 from 3 pm to 4 pm on Tuesday, 26 September, in the Offenbach Saal, Congress Centrum Ost. To learn more about Nokia's comprehensive offering in multimedia computers and solutions, you can also visit Nokia at Photokina 2006 in hall 4.2, C 010/E 019.
Cingular Wireless and Nokia today introduced the Nokia E62 device, a robust, sleek device built specifically for wireless email whose attractive price promises to take superior mobile email access beyond the executive suite and into the hands of the everyday wireless user. The Nokia E62 device will be available exclusively from Cingular in the U.S. for as low as $149.99. Measuring barely half an inch thick, it features a full QWERTY keyboard with large backlit keys for easy typing, and a sizeable, high-resolution 16 million color screen measuring 320 x 240 pixels. Whether they're business people or consumers, Nokia E62 device users will have a variety of popular secure email platforms from which to choose.
Expanding its highly popular portfolio of folding mobile phones, Nokia today introduced the new Nokia 6085 camera phone at an affordable price. The Nokia 6085 emphasizes ease-of-use, up to date technology and enduring design to create a straightforward, familiar phone. With an estimated retail price of 175 EUR, excluding taxes and subsidies, the quadband Nokia 6085 is expected to start shipping in the fourth quarter of 2006. "In Nokia's recent comprehensive consumer study, one of the strongest trends was the appeal from many consumers in Europe and the Americas for a mobile phone that offers the latest features, but is easy to use on a day-to-day basis," says John Barry, Director, Broad Appeal Business Unit, Mobile Phones, Nokia.