The Nokia World 2009 event is being held today in Germany. The event is now live, and it will continue to be for the next couple of hours. It seems like there is a lot of fuss going on there as there were introduced a lot of devices and new services. Nokia Money, the financial service, Nokia N900 tablet, the Nokia 3250, Nokia 5800 Navigation Edition, and the Nokia Booklet 3G which will cost €575.
Among the ones above, Nokia also introduced the N97 mini smartphone along with the Lifecasting with Ovi service. According to the company, they will open the next chapter in personal and location0-aware internet, and that’s exactly what Lifecasting with Ovi is. The service will be available on the Nokia N97 mini and it’s the first app which allows users to share they location directly to FaceBook from their device’s homescreen.
The Nokia N97 mini also features a sliding QWERTY keyboard, 3.2-inch touchscreen display, Ovi Store, Ovi Maps and other Ovi services, and it will become available sometime in October for the price of €450 as well as the Nokia N97 v2.0 firmware, while the Nokia N900 Internet Tablet will cost €500 like the price leaked on the Nokia German and Italian websites.
The Finnish-based company has also launched the new Nokia X6 and the Nokia X3 cellphones destined for music maniacs. The Nokia X6 features a 3.2-inch 16:9 widescreen finger-touch interface, 32GB of internal memory, direct access to Ovi Store, FaceBook, and which is capable of playing 35 hours of continuous music. The Nokia X6 aka Comes with Music will allow users to download all the music in the world “quickly, easily, and for free.” The touchscreen device will cost you €450.
Meanwhile featuring at the Nokia World 2009 we have the Nokia X3 which features built-in stereo speakers, built-in FM Radio, 3.2-megapixel camera, Nokia Mini Speaker MD-9, Nokia Bluetooth Stereo Headset BH-505, and it will become available in Q4 2009 (as well as the Nokia X6) for a price of €115.
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