Demo of Nokia N95 and Qik

May 15, 2008 by  
Filed under Multimedia

I did a demo of the Nokia N95 8GB and Qik today at a web meeting. The librarians and web developers loved it. I showed them how to chat and with their site visitors over the phone. :)

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  • http://contentious.com Amy Gahran

    I’m not surprised that they loved the N95, it’s an amazing tool. Personally, I think it’s the best tool currently available for pro-quality mobile reporting/blogging. I hope Nokia succeeds in the US market.

    …However, I’m concerned they might not, because so far their support for these high-end phones in the US is simply terrible: No local service (except for NYC and Chicago, at their flagship stores there), long waits while customers ship off their broken phones to service center and often wait a month or more to get it back, a clunky and risky firmware update process, and much more.

    Fortunately, Nokia’s started talking publicly with its customers about its many US service problems. If these issues concern you and your colleagues (and they should concern any current or would-be US Nokia user), I recommend joining the current conversation at http://conversations.nokia.com.

    I’ve posted an update of that conversation so far, with links to all the relevant posts on Nokia’s blog and elsewhere:

    http://urltea.com/37r2

    And here’s my own video overview of the service issues and what progress Nokia has made so far:

    http://seesmic.com/v/JzrmBidZ7d

    Best,

    - Amy Gahran

  • http://contentious.com Amy Gahran

    I’m not surprised that they loved the N95, it’s an amazing tool. Personally, I think it’s the best tool currently available for pro-quality mobile reporting/blogging. I hope Nokia succeeds in the US market.

    …However, I’m concerned they might not, because so far their support for these high-end phones in the US is simply terrible: No local service (except for NYC and Chicago, at their flagship stores there), long waits while customers ship off their broken phones to service center and often wait a month or more to get it back, a clunky and risky firmware update process, and much more.

    Fortunately, Nokia’s started talking publicly with its customers about its many US service problems. If these issues concern you and your colleagues (and they should concern any current or would-be US Nokia user), I recommend joining the current conversation at http://conversations.nokia.com.

    I’ve posted an update of that conversation so far, with links to all the relevant posts on Nokia’s blog and elsewhere:

    http://urltea.com/37r2

    And here’s my own video overview of the service issues and what progress Nokia has made so far:

    http://seesmic.com/v/JzrmBidZ7d

    Best,

    - Amy Gahran