BARCELONA, Spain (AVING Special Report on ‘MWC 2008’) — <Visual News> The main topic of what Nokia presented is ‘Mobile Internet Machine’ like the definition that Son Jung-eui, CEO of the Softbank Mobile Company, proclaimed at his keynote speech during MWC 2008.
Nokia’s multimedia computer ‘N Series’ has been developed beyond mobile phone toward internet machine, along with Nokia unveiled a variety of internet service including Share on Ovi, Nokia Maps 2.0 and Nokia Video Center.
(Picture: ‘N96’ model)
[Flagshop Phone] high-end smartphone ‘N96’
Nokia unveiled its multimedia computer optimized for video and TV ‘Nokia N96’ during Mobile World Congress 2008.
With a large 2.8-inch touch screen, the Nokia N96 supports common video formats including MPEG-4, Windows Media Video and Flash Video, and 16GB internal memory that can store up to 40 hours of video content. It allows DVD-like quality video capture at 30 frames per second.
Also, the Nokia Video Center offers one place to discover and access a variety of mobile content ranging from movie trailers and comedy to news from world-leading content brands such as YouTube, Reuters, and Sony Pictures.
Boasting a 5 mega-pixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, flash and video light, the Nokia N96 features media keys, a 3.5mm headphone connector and built-in 3D stereo speakers Further, with the integrated A-GPS, it supports the Ovi family of Nokia internet services, including maps, music, media sharing and more.
(Picture: ‘N78’ model)
[Music Phone] multimedia computer ‘N78’ sharing content on Ovi
Nokia introduced its multimedia computer ‘Nokia N78’ which combines music, navigation and photography with the benefits of mobility.
The Nokia N78 is designed to take advantage of the new suite of Nokia services, including the Nokia Music Store, Nokia Maps, and Share on Ovi – a new online service that enables consumers to share their personal media.
The Nokia N78 packs a powerful range of technologies, including integrated A-GPS, WLAN and high-speed HSPDA 3G connectivity, a 3.2M camera with Carl Zeiss optics, and support for microSD memory card, currently available at up to 8 GB, to store favorite music and media.
(Picture: ‘6210 Navigator’ model)
GPS-enabled mobile device ‘6210 Navigator’
Nokia presented the company’s first GPS-enabled mobile device ‘Nokia 6210 Navigator’ adopting Nokia Maps 2.0. Car navigation is simple with the pre-installed one-touch navigation, full voice and visual turn by turn guidance and self-mount car kit of the Nokia 6210 Navigator.
Browsing the Internet and using instant messaging, email and widgets is fast with the high speed 3.5G HSDPA technology on the 6210 Navigator. The device also features a 3.2M camera, MP3 player and stereo FM radio.
(Picture: the Beta version of Nokia Maps 2.0)
[Electronic Map] ‘Beta version of Nokia Maps 2.0’ to be unveiled
Nokia announced that the Beta version of Nokia Maps 2.0 is ready for you to offer full voice and visual turn by turn guidance. It helps you to locate yourself by giving information about the surrounding buildings, streets and parks.
With vector maps provided by TeleAtlas and Navteq, Nokia Maps now has maps covering over 200 countries, with over 70 of them navigable. The current version of Nokia Maps and the Nokia Map Loader are freely available for download for selected devices at http://www.maps.nokia.com.
(Picture: ‘6220 Classic’ model)
[Camera Phone] ‘Nokia 6220 Classic’ combining a 5M camera with GPS function
Nokia introduced the ‘Nokia 6220 classic’, a full-featured device that combines a 5M camera with A-GPS functionality. The highlight of the Nokia 6220 classic is its 5 megapixel camera with Xenon flash and Carl Zeiss optics.
With its high-speed HSDPA connection updating blogs or uploading photos and videos to favorite sharing sites like Share on Ovi or Flickr can be done right from the Nokia 6220 classic.
A-GPS functionality allows photos to be geotagged – making them easier to search and share. Images can also be viewed on a television screen with the integrated TV-out feature, sent from phone to phone via wireless Bluetooth connection, or viewed in full color on the phone’s large 2.2 inch display.
(Picture: Internet Table ‘N810’ model)
[Internet Tablet] portable internet tablet ‘N810’
Nokia presented its portable internet tablet ‘N810’ during MWC 2008, which adopts 4.13-inch touch screen with 800 x 480(WVGA) resolution and qwerty keyboard.
Running on ‘maemo Linux based OS 2008’ developed by Nokia, the N810 features GPS functionality, 2GB built-in memory and 8GB memory to store up to 7,500 songs. It also supports WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity.
[Concept Phone] environmentally friendly concept phone ‘Remade’
Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, CEO of Nokia, introduced its environmentally friendly concept phone ‘Remade’ at Nokia’s keynote presentation during MWC 2008.
(Picture: Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, CEO of Nokia)