Nokia: Ovi Store will be simple and fun
26 May 2009 — 2:00 PM
The launch of a new service from Nokia will introduce more fun to the company's range of handsets, it has been argued.
With the Finnish manufacturer's new Ovi Store facility now up and running, a spokesman for the group has highlighted the many benefits people can expect when accessing it with the latest phones.
Tero Ojanpera, executive vice-president of Nokia Services, said the software download application was one way in which people could shop for new features in a simple and enjoyable way.
"Ovi Store is open for business and we've stocked the shelves with both local and global content for a broad range of Nokia devices," he explained.
It is expected around 50 million owners of Nokia mobile phones will be able to access the store - including those who decided to purchase the firm's new touchscreen N97.
Online news portal NokNok.tv announced this week it was running an exclusive competition to win one of eight new N97 devices - ahead of the model's release.
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