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Video: Nokia N95, Snake and other classic Nokias remembered in Vodafone’s Android Advert

| April 29, 2011 | 12 Replies

Here’s a pretty cool advert from Vodafone. It’s actually an Android one but it’s got a lot of Nokia History in it. The great phones of our time are commemorated and of course the N95 took its place.

The video is pretty cool. Supposedly some 3D projection thing where actual phones from the past are played in the centre and the combination of the camera movement makes the visuals appear in 3D as well as modifying the appearance of the phone.

There are several Nokias there. One being the 5110, the other I cannot place. The snake game, one of the most cherished is also in the video.

An old BB was there. I don’t remember pre N95 days of BlackBerry being such a hit.

You’ll be interested to know that straight after the Nokia craze, iPhone makes ZERO appearance. Instead, the focus is all on the variety of Android handsets.

At the end of the video, it asks, what’s next? Well, the future Nokias of course as they come to reinvent themselves.

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Good Job vodafone. Cooler than that Bee thing you’ve got going on.

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Speaking of N95, I’ve just replaced my mum’s N95 with….a N96 N86.  She’s not into touch phones yet and as I’m making sure my household uses only Nokia, there isn’t a touch screen Nokia I could let her wield. I guess she’s the indicator of Nokia usability. Still rocking on S60 3rd.

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