At the 25th annual CTIA Wireless 2010 show in Las Vegas, Nokia is celebrating a quarter-century of wireless developments highlighting the latest in apps, content, devices, and developers.
Making its first public debut is the Nokia 5230 Nuron, available on Thusday with T-Mobile, in addition to Ovi Maps and free navigation, and the creations from the finalists of the "Push N900 Mod in the USA" -contest. Featuring the creators of some of the hottest apps and content available on Ovi Store, the Nokia booth also includes gems like OpenTable and Shazam.
Hitting T-Mobile stores across the U.S. tomorrow (March 24th) is the brand new Nokia Nuron smartphone, an affordably priced device for anyone looking for 3G connectivity, applications, free turn-by-turn navigation, Ovi Maps and more. This 3.2" touch screen smartphone is the first U.S. carrier device to come pre-loaded with Ovi Maps as well as Ovi Store.
Nokia claims that its app store, the Ovi Store, has
approximately 1.5 million downloads every day. Developers and publishers from 80+ countries are providing content that reaches consumers in more than 180 countries in 30 languages with Ovi Store.
The OpenTable for Nokia application allows users to make free, instantly confirmed reservations at more than 11,000 restaurants. "Whether you know where you want to dine, or if you're just looking for inspiration, finding the perfect restaurant with OpenTable is easy. Use your current location to find nearby restaurants, read OpenTable diner reviews, view menus and more," Nokia says.
Shazam on Nokia gives you instant satisfaction for those times when you want to know the song that is playing: simply point your mobile towards the music to learn more about the artist, buy the song immediately or simply share your discovery with your family and friends www.shazam.com.
Nokia is also excited to announce the winning team of the PUSH N900 MOD IN THE USA competition at CTIA on March 24th. This will be the culmination of a global project to find the most unique concepts constructed using the Nokia N900.