Already on ArticleSlash?

Forgot your password? Sign Up

Nokia Aims To Provide Futuristic Technologies To The Consumers For Making Mobile Use A Joy

 


Visitors: 167

In today’s era of connectivity mobiles phones play the vital role. The internet and technology have transformed the mobile phone into a multifaceted tool for today’s fast paced life. Nokia focuses on providing a human technology that that people find intuitive and joyful to use. Nokia mobile phones top the comparison charts of mobile phones of various companies on a regular basis. Nokia’s production centers are spread over many countries like Brazil, China, Finland, Germany, Hungary, India, Mexico and South Korea.

Technology up-grading

Nokia continuously upgrades the mobile devices and enhancements with the latest technology. Nokia has incorporated a cable free high speed way to connect to the Internet or to a local intranet. WLAN is a wireless technology that makes it possible to access Internet or the corporate intranet. Communication between specific models of Nokia mobile phone and a laptop is also achieved using this technology. ‘Hotspots’ are provided by service providers to enable the remote workers to access the internet. The worker can make us of the WLAN technology. WLAN is also installed on the corporate intranet. WLAN is supported by security devices like VPN to augment enterprise environments.

Email on mobile phones is the next thing that impacted the production after the voice capabilities. It works well with the standard protocols for email such as webmail, blackberry and others.

Instant messaging has also invaded mobile phones as it is a more trusted medium to communicate with others. Text messages, photos and videos can be exchanged in real time on your mobile phone. Used in combination with Presence, a technology that helps to view the online status of contacts. This enables organizing a quick conference online when telephone conference is not possible. This facility in some Nokia mobile phones converts instant messaging into a continuous real time conversation.

Demonstrations

Nokia website has demonstration videos to present the results of research. They help in validating theoretical assumptions and establish that the solution is viable.

Personalization

Java applications can personalize your Nokia mobile phone to download new applications through a WAP browser.

Nokia N95 and Nokia N95 Clearance are the latest mobile phones from Nokia Mobile Phone and these mobile phones are available on Best Mobile Shop UK. The Auther Harry K Smith is SEM Consultant for Mobile Phone Shop UK.

(408)

Article Source:


 
Rate this Article: 
 
Nokia 6300 and Nokia 6500 Slide Mobile Phone Comparison
Rated 4 / 5
based on 5 votes
ArticleSlash

Related Articles:

Nokia Mobile Phones Always Come With Advanced Features and Technologies

by: Faith Hill (July 13, 2008) 
(Communications/Mobile Cell Phone Reviews)

Nokia N95 and Nokia E90 Both are New Arivals in Nokia Mobile Phone Category ..

by: Harry K Smith (August 28, 2007) 
(Communications/Mobile Cell Phone)

Nokia 6500 Slide & Nokia 6500 Classic - Offering Latest Technologies!

by: Jack Daniel (June 26, 2008) 
(Communications/Mobile Cell Phone)

How Making Incentives and Business Aims Interdependent Will Help Your Bottom ..

by: Leon Noone (June 22, 2008) 
(Business/Small Business)

Online MBA Degree in Mobile Technologies

by: Msl Herry (January 07, 2011) 
(Reference and Education/College University)

Mobile Phones - With High-end Technologies

by: David Boon (June 25, 2008) 
(Communications/Mobile Cell Phone)

Nokia 7500 Prism - A Designer Mobile Phone by Nokia Phones

by: Matt Damon (October 14, 2008) 
(Communications/Mobile Cell Phone Reviews)

Nokia E90 Communicator, The Stylish and Web Enabled Mobile Phone From Nokia ..

by: Harry K Smith (August 28, 2007) 
(Communications/Mobile Cell Phone)

Nokia 6500 Slide Black Vs Nokia N91 Carry the Most Stylish Mobile With You

by: Matt Damon (July 14, 2008) 
(Communications/Mobile Cell Phone Reviews)

Nokia 6300 and Nokia 6500 Slide Mobile Phone Comparison

by: Adam Caitlin (September 08, 2008) 
(Communications/Mobile Cell Phone Reviews)