Lagos, Nigeria: Nokia, the world’s leading manufacturer of mobile devices has partnered with one of Nigeria’s top record label, Chocolate City, for the launch of their latest Smartphone into Nigerian market. The event which coincided with the launch of the second album of top Nigerian hip-hop artiste MI, was intended to give consumers a first-hand experience of the exciting new features of the N8 mobile device.
The event was meant to position N8 as a leader in its category by associating with the best that the music industry could offer, through strategic partnership. Nokia’s Head of Communications for West Africa, Osagie Ogunbor said the decision to have MI latest album on Ovi store was part of efforts to make consumers experience with the device a wonderful one. He said N8 being a premium device was the appropriate platform to showcase an equally premium artiste like MI. The Nokia N8 includes features include high definition quality imaging and cinematic sound which allows one to shoot and edit photos and video with supreme clarity of a 12MP camera with a 12megapixel Carl Zeiss camera.
The phone also supports up to 32GB memory cards. The Nokia N8, a seamless and fully integrated social network experience, gives live updates from Facebook and Twitter right to users’ home screen, with feeds visible at a single glance. It can also connect from anywhere on the phone—the home screen, contacts, or map. The event featured an experience stand where the public was given the opportunity to have a look and feel of the N8 Smartphone and its features. Consumers could experience the gaming facilities, the high quality music and the extraordinary 12mega pixel HD camera capabilities of the new Nokia N8. This was done through giant Nokia N8 dummy that gave the public a feel of the N8 features.
There are over a billion people globally using Nokia phones, making Nokia the world’s leading manufacturer of mobile devices. Nokia is also fast emerging as a leading solutions provider in the converging Internet and communications industries providing internet services that enable users to experience media, messaging, maps and