Nokia World 2011
Less than 24 hours are left for Nokia’s event of the year. The Nokia World 2011 event could see some of the biggest turns in the mobile industry. Nokia which was once a leader in mobile industry has been pushed back with the rise of the droids. Microsoft has been struggling to create the magic that it is capable of doing in the PC World. Ever since the two giants got together in February, a lot of expectations have come up about the series of Nokia Windows Phones. As ever as everyone, we are waiting for Nokia to officially announce the first lot of Nokia Windows Phones at the Nokia World 2011 event.
Nokia World 2011 – Things to expect
The first thing that everyone would like to see is the list of the Nokia Windows phones that Nokia has in the line up for the Nokia World 2011 event. Some of the eagerly anticipated phones are Nokia Lumia 800, Nokia Lumia 710 all of which are Windows Phone 7.5 Mango running phones. Among these phones, each of them is a high end phone with a minimum of 1GHz processor and every one of those phones has AMOLED displays and 5 MP cameras. Nokia and Microsoft are surely looking to make a bang into the smartphone market. Also one of the things that the current CEO Stephen Elop has made clear is that Nokia will drastically reduce the time between the announcement and launch of the phone( a much needed thing ). Also since Nokia recently made the OVI maps free, we can hope to expect some of the navigation devices based on those maps. Also there will be an announcement of the OVI store for the Windows Phones along with their own Windows Marketplace. Recently there has been a leak at the Nokia World 2011 clearly indicating that Nokia Lumia 800 and Nokia Lumia 710 will be officially announced tomorrow.
Nokia World 2011 – Why is it important?
Nokia has been pushed a long way back in the mobile industry and this is the latest step for Nokia to regain its lost pride. Also Microsoft has never really been into the mobile industry, so this could very well be the defining moments for both the market giants. The fate of the smartphone industry lies in Nokia World 2011.