Nokia highlights landmark achievements for its key service areas

16. February 2010 at 08:43

Nokia highlights landmark achievements for its key service areas

With a great user experience, an aggressive global rollout plan and a focus on local relevance, Nokia felt that it was time to commend some of the landmark the Nokia services have achieved. Taking a look at the Ovi umbrella of services, Nokia particularly highlighted the success of its Location, Music, Store, Messaging, Money and Life Tools services. Full press release after the break.

Nokia 5800 XpressMusic In Pictures

19. May 2009 at 20:13

To celebrate Norman getting his hands on a “Nokia 5800 – Nokia Comes With Music” Edition phone i have decided to take a step away from N-Gage related posts and post a handful of pictures of my own personal Nokia 5800 for which i have been using for the past 2 months. So if you havent seen a Nokia 5800 in pictures before then now is the time.

Hands on Nokia 5800 XpressMusic Comes With Music Version

17. May 2009 at 11:00

13.05.2009 by you.

A few days ago Comes With Music started finally in Germany. To put in a nutshell, Comes With Music is a music-flatrate which allows you to download more than 5 million songs from your mobile and PC within a year. After the year expires you can keep all downloaded songs and listen to them on your phone or on your computer. First partner to provide Comes With Music devicesĀ  in Germany is mobilcom-debitel, further operators to follow soon.

Orange UK: Samsung i8910 HD to be available on Orange exclusivity only & Nokia 5800 Comes With Music too

13. May 2009 at 16:33

News coming from Orange UK today. First of, Nokia and Orange announced that the 5800 XpressMusic will be launched with the Comes With Music service soon. The music-flatrate will be available exclusively from May 29th. For further information and prices check Orange’s homepage.

Orange Samsung i8910 HD

Than, Orange also announced that the Samsung i8910 HD (Omnia HD) will be available on Orange UK only. The i8910 HD is Samsung’s flagship featuring a 8 megapixel camera, a huge touchscreen and HD video recording.

Nokia Comes With Music to be available on May 4th in Germany

28. April 2009 at 11:41

Last week I announced that Nokia’s Comes With Music service will be available in May. Now, I do have a certain date. The music-flatrate which allows you to download more than 5 million songs for a whole year will be available on May the 4th. First partner is mobilcom-debitel, further operators to follow soon. The first devices which will come with Comes With Music are the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic (510 Euro), Nokia 5630 XpressMusic (379 Euro) Nokia N79 (479 Euro) and the Nokia N95 8GB (589 Euro). So, the CWM service costs about 15 Euro per month which is indeed a good price for as much music as you like. Nokia Germany will push the service and try to bring Comes With Music in everybody’s mouth using TV-Spots, promotions and more.

“We set out to create the music experience that people are telling us they are looking for – all the music they want in the form of unlimited downloads to their mobile device and PC,” said Anssi Vanjoki, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Multimedia, Nokia. “Even if you listened to music 24 hours a day, seven days a week, you would still only scratch the surface of the music that we’re making available. Comes with Music fulfils our dream to give consumers all the music they want, wherever they want it, while rewarding the artists who create it.”