Nokia Parties with Mobile App Developers in London

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Nokia Parties with Mobile App Developers in London

by Darryl K. Taft

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Nokia's much-anticipated Linux-based N900.

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Nokia N900 flipped open.

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Close-up of the Nokia N900.

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A trip to the Nokia Flagship Store in London.

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Security is required to keep gate crashers away from the Nokia media party going on inside the store.

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Nokia N97 phones on display in the store.

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Nokia N97 Mini.

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Nokia N97 on sale for 465 British pounds.

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Nokia E75.

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Nokia E55.

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Nokia E52.

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Nokia E63.

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Nokia E71 phones.

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Nokia 3720 and 3600 Slide.

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Nokia 6600 Slide.

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Both live and canned music is played to entertain the partiers.

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Revelers take in the ambiance of the Nokia Store.

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Developers relaxing upstairs in the Nokia store "lounge".

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A variety of libations to quench mobile-minded geeks' thirsts.

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Directly across from the London Nokia Flagship Store—which resides at 240 Regent Street—sits an Apple store at 235 Regent Street.

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Srikanth Raju, director and head of Nokia Forum marketing and Nokia developer communities, kicks off Nokia Media Day in London.

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Aapo Bovellan, Nokia's director of product management for services and software, goes over Ovi Apps.

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