Sell old mobile phone 'to join Nokia revolution'
5 July 2010 — 6:01 PM
Nokia's new head of mobile solutions Anssi Vanjoki has spoken of his vision for the future - which mobile phone customers could be part of by selling an old mobile and investing in a model from the brand.
Writing for the company's official Conversations blog, Mr Vanjoki stated his intention to oversee the development of current projects with the aim of delivering superior products faster.
"I am committed, perhaps even obsessed, with getting Nokia back to being number one in high-end devices," he admitted.
One way he may choose to do this is by further improving the mobile provider's range of apps, perhaps to rival that of competitor Apple.
He will start, however, by releasing the Nokia N8 - the first Symbian phone by the brand - which could take the fancy of scores of consumers.
A writer for the same blog last week suggested the device would be able to perform as a home cinema, with the ability to connect it to a television meaning users can watch their films on a large screen.
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