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Published on May 15th, 2009 | by Arsalan Mir


Making of Nokia N97

The story behind the making of the Nokia N97 is a fascinating one that gives a real insight of what goes into to forging a flagship device from scratch.

The team behind the creation of the Nokia N97 is a global one with a shared vision that’s highlighted in this video. The project is based in Tokyo, with the industrial designer in Finland, the mechanics team in Tokyo, and software teams around the globe, straddling Boston, Dallas, India, China, Singapore. Many of the key players at Nokia behind the product step in front of the lens in this rare video to tell their piece of the story puzzle that fits together to make the N97, including Tomi Kuparinen, Product Program Manager and designer Shunjiro Eguchi.

Watch the video below for the making of Nokia N97. The device launch in Pakistan shall be in the 3rd week of June. We shall get more on it to you soon.


[Via Nokia]

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is a Telecom enthusiast with engineering background based in Lahore. On professional front, he is the Director Operations at the Target Group. He can be reached at arsalan (at) telecompk (dot) net

5 Responses to Making of Nokia N97

  1. Free N97 says:

    Love this page, is it updated often? Bookmarked :)

  2. Faisal says:

    We have seen better videos for iphone (which actually sucked initially).
    What Nokia has done now has been around for ages, just have a look at HTC for example.
    The third party widgets concept had to be brought in to compete with iphone and windows mobile, both of which have rich content as compared to symbian.
    BTW, I also added my two cents when after buying e61i, I told Nokia I want a touch screen and qwerty at the same time :)

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