Sean Su is the lead designer at Nokia’s Beijing design studio and he talks about the single standard they work to, as he gives a tour of the production of a mobile handset.
Jan 20 2010
Jan 18 2010
David Tang, VP of Nokia China tells us how Nokia’s Beijing factory uses the same standards and practices as other Nokia manufacturing facilities, with the same levels of quality and high standards seen elsewhere. Check out the Nokia in China video after the break.
Dec 06 2009
Earlier last month we held a video contest where you had the chance of winning a Nokia N97 mini trial courtesy of WOMWorld. Naypalm was the lucky winner and he has spent his time thoroughly reviewing the device over at Howard Forums. He concludes:
The Nokia Human Research Department has been experimenting with the Nokia N97, and Experiment #097 saw the birth of the Nokia N97 mini. So let’s take a look and see how the mini differs from its original design and what effects these changes have on the overall experience of using the handset. The first thing you will notice when you pick up the Nokia N97 mini is its size. At 113 x 52.5 x 14.2 mm, the device fits perfectly in the hands, more so than the Nokia N97. The metallic back cover gives the device a very solid feel with no cracks or creaks at all, bringing this N-Series newbie even closer to the solidity of the E-Series range.