March 18, 2010 11:33 am

This week in videos

Symbian ^3GLOBAL – Every week we bring you a veritable feast of videos here on Nokia Conversations, from behind the scenes footage to interviews with the top bods at Nokia. Here’s our weekly digest of what’s been caught on camera over the past seven days.

This week PhoneDog.com captured a first look at Symbian^3, as David Rivas takes us through the OS’ latest features. We took a trip with Nokia Point and Find to discover a solar panel in the roof, whilst the fellas from Mobile Industry Review and All About Symbian had a word with Tero Ojanpera on Nokia’s Ovi strategy. They also directed a camera at Christof Hellmis for a chat about navigation and his views of the future.

Sit back, make yourself a cup of tea and enjoy this week in videos.

Tero Ojanperä on Ovi, MeeGo and beyond

Tero Ojanpera, Nokia’s EVP of services talks us through the latest software offerings with MeeGo, the latest Ovi developments and gives a glimpse of what the future could hold.  Watch the video to find out Tera’s answers to questions on whether services will ever become more important than hardware, why the decision to offer navigation for free and what’s the future for Symbian and Meego?

Nokia Point & Find Demo

We’re real-world tested it here in the UK in the sunny climes of Colchester but it’s certainly worth a second look. This video takes you step-by-step through how the free app works with shopping, worldwide locations and identifying mysterious objects. Watch the video to find out more.

Symbian^3 live demo

We’ve already seen some UI demos of what the next generation of the OS will look like, but this video shows David Rivas, VP of Technology Management at Nokia, takes us through an in-depth tour of all the new features. Click play for a closer look.

Christof Hellmis on the future of mapping, location and free navigation on Nokia

A two-part interview with Christof Hellmis, the man at the helm of Nokia’s navigation products. Talking about the launch of free navigation via the new version of Ovi Maps, Christof goes on to highlight that location, mapping and eventually navigation free for Nokia devices was always the intention, and is now keenly focussed on the future. Watch the videos for more.

Part 1


Part 2