Nokia targets developers

Nokia is looking to network with ISVs and application developers when it takes part in the inaugural GITEX Mobile Apps and Content World this week.

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Nokia targets developers Handset giant Nokia wants to work with third party developers to create content that is attractive to regional users.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 17, 2010

Nokia is looking to network with ISVs and application developers when it takes part in the inaugural GITEX Mobile Apps and Content World this week.

The Finnish handset giant is keen to strengthen ties with the wider developer community and highlight the potential of working with Nokia on applications for the Ovi Store.

“Nokia’s strategy is all about engaging with the broader eco-system, especially third party developers, to create exciting and locally relevant content that is easy to download and easy to access by consumers on their smartphones,” says Steve Lewis, Marketing Director for Nokia Middle East and Africa.

Nokia intends to provide visitors with a full update on its latest smartphones and solutions, including those specifically designed for the Middle East region and which are available through its Ovi store.

“Building on our previous involvement at GITEX, together with our operator partners, Nokia has further strengthened its commitment this year by participating in the first GITEX Mobile Apps and Content World,” says Steve Lewis, Marketing Director for Nokia MEA. “More than one billion consumers worldwide use a Nokia phone — and many of these people are increasingly interested in mobile services and solutions.

“Whether it’s for education, entertainment, social uplifting reasons or business, Nokia offers developers a consumer base like no other,” he says.

Visitors to the Nokia stand at GITEX can expect to see a dazzling array of all the latest Nokia smartphones, including the recently launched and much anticipated Nokia N8, as well as other popular models such as the Nokia E72, N900 and N97 Mini.

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