Nokia Conversations looks at new innovations
3 September 2009 — 10:04 AM
As the opening day of the Nokia World 09 event in Stuttgart, Germany drew to a close, one website took a look at some of the announcements made.
According to Nokia Conversations, the conference gave the Finnish manufacturer the opportunity to showcase some of its most recent ideas - some of which could prompt people to seek cash for mobile phones in order to purchase them.
The site admitted it was "stoked to have witnessed the arrival of the new Nokia N97 mini", as well as the multimedia-focused X6 and X3 devices that were unveiled.
It added the Nokia Booklet 3G had also been detailed more thoroughly, as had the upcoming Maemo-powered N900 smartphone.
Also this week, company chief executive officer Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo explained the launch of the new devices was part of a wider plan to stay ahead of the curve in delivering what consumers want.
"We are proud to lead the charge in smartphones and beyond as manifested in the Nokia N900 and Nokia Booklet 3G, two great examples of how the world is changing and Nokia is driving this change," he added.
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