Nokia Air cloud service outed - concept devices shown

A video has leaked showcasing Nokia’s new cloud syncing solution, Nokia Air. The service is designed for syncing user data and media onto Nokia tablets and smartphones, but from what we can see, Symbian Belle is the first OS which will receive the cloud service.

Strangely enough, the video doesn’t only showcase the cloud service, but also a number of interesting devices such as: a Symbian-running tablet, smartphone and a mini-slider phone. Despite the intriguing idea of Nokia releasing a tablet, the likelihood of these devices being concept designs is quite high, but if Nokia manages to actually deliver Air by the time Nokia World rolls around this Fall, it should bring some life back into Symbian Belle.

Check out the promo video below for more information on Nokia Air:


Via: GSMArena
Source: SymbianTweet

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PalletTown said,
Does he pronounce Nokia weird or does everyone that I know say it wrong!?

I've heard it pronounced as No-Key-A and Knock-E-A

PalletTown said,
Does he pronounce Nokia weird or does everyone that I know say it wrong!?

we always pronounce it same as he did

The guy in the video is pronouncing it closer to how it's supposed to sound like, albeit no English speaker would be able to pronounce it properly.

PalletTown said,
Does he pronounce Nokia weird or does everyone that I know say it wrong!?

Actually the guy in the video is pronouncing it incorrectly. I think most Americans pronounce it that way though.

Nashy said,
I've heard it pronounced as No-Key-A and Knock-E-A

This guy is pronouncing it No-kye with no emphasis on the I or A; instead, making a blended "ye" sound followed by a hard A sound for "Air".

Miuku. said,
Rather not - it is vastly better for people who actually use the phone AS A PHONE. Instead of a toy.

This. Symbian Belle is amazing OS.