Nokia N8 TV ad might have really happened

Nokia N8 TV ad might have really happened
The new ad below for the Nokia N8 starts with a situation taken from real life. Two men are sitting at an airport and notice that every flight is canceled. Why? Checking his Nokia 8's web browser, one man sees a story that volcanic ash is forcing all flights to be grounded, a situation that did happen in April/May of this year. Renting a car, the pair set off for their destination using the handset's navigational capabilities (presumably using Ovi Maps). A quick trip to answer nature's call results in the car getting stripped in record time (Hey, this is supposed to be taking place in Europe, not New York City) and the duo rely on the generosity of a stranger who gives them a lift. At a restaurant with a big screen set, the N8's HDMI out line is used to play a movie downloaded from Ovi's Video on-demand. Pictures are taken of the journey home, using the phone's 12MP camera and Xenon flash. Bottom line, the stripped car is towed, the men end up home and life is wonderful because of the N8. Not yet launched, it looks like a Q3 release for the first Symbian^3 device.

Nokia N8 Specifications

source: DailyMobile


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