This essay Nokia 2005 has a total of 494 words and 5 pages.
My product will be a new Nokia Mobile Phone that contains the new following features:
§ T.V. + Cable, and an Antenna
§ Video recorder
§ Tape player
§ CD player
§ New Games
§ 2 Speakers on both sides of the phone
§ Headset + Remote control
§ Videotape + CD holder
§ A Stand at the back of the mobile
§ 3D Graphics
§ GPS (Global Positioning System)
This Mobile phone still contains all the other features the Nokia phones have now like MMS, Bluetooth, Radio, Voice recorder etc… The new features will be highly advanced and useful for consumers.
The T.V will have 50 channels from music videos to movies and News; there will also be Arabic channels and Indian channels.
To get cable there will be a small chip (card) that will be inserted in the back of the phone. This chip will connect to the satellite dish that you have at home, even if your outdoors it will still connect. But if you don’t have a satellite dish it will not connect. There will be new mini videotapes, and mini Cds the size of a dirham, these will be sold at video and music stores everywhere in Dubai. The Videos will be sold for 60 dhs each and Cds for 65dhs each. There will be a wide selection of movies within these new inventions.
New games like “The Simpsons” and “The Hulk” will be in this mobile, if you want more games you can buy from Game Shops anywhere they will have the mini Cds that will be sold for 55 Dhs each.
On each side of the phone there will be 2 speakers to hear from; headsets will come with the phone as well as a remote control. The video tape and Cd holder will be one side of the phone. The Stand at the back of the mobile will keep the phone up in any position you want, so you can lay back and watch T.V.
Wallpapers will have 3D graphics, where the wallpaper pops out in your face, glasses free. The use of the Global Positioning system is very useful to the consumers especially tourists. This feature is a map that will guide you to anywhere in the country, it is very helpful. The physical features of the phone will come in many different colors like Red, Pink, Green, Blue, Black, White, Purple and Orange. It also has designed phones covers as well. Plain colored covers will cost 95dhs and designed colored covers will cost 100dhs.
So with all these features the phone will cost 6,000 Dhs, obviously this is not a cheap mobile including the cost of the videotapes and cds. So consumers would have to be quite well off to afford this Mobile Phone.
I think this mobile would be successful because a lot of people like to have the latest mobile out and this would be the hottest thing ever!
Topics Related to Nokia 2005
Mobile phones, Videotelephony, New media, Radio technology, Subscriber identity module, Nokia phone series, Nokia 6000 series
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