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What would you ask Nokia’s product lead designer for mobile? #MWC

| February 24, 2017 | 75 Replies

Hypothetically let’s say we could ask the lead product designer for Nokia mobile some questions, what would you have in mind to ask?

Other than specific specs or things they wouldn’t be able to confirm for any possible upcoming devices, I’d be interested in knowing:

  • Design influences and ethos
  • How much scope they have to push boundaries like previous Nokia handsets

This post was originally written a few weeks ago before we could say or confirm in anyway any involvement over MWC. Even when we were getting flight info today, it still oddly didn’t sink in. I’m genuinely in London for an interview, and as I have previously answered in comment section, I hadn’t booked any flights for MWC. Both technically still correct (Very politician style of answering a question). Sorry we couldn’t say anything earlier.

But I guess Nokia’s confirmed things from their end.

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Long term fan Jay Montano will be chatting to the man behind all our new products, Juho Sarvikas. Do you have any burning questions you want him to ask?

Posted by Nokia Mobile on Friday, February 24, 2017

I’m going to keep an eye on both of these posts and will ask as many of the questions as possible to Juho Sarvikas.

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  • zlutor

    btw. I’ve just realized you, Jay, use ‘we’ – who is/are the other one(s) to go to Barcelona?

  • Doug MacFarland

    What does HMD have in mind for their tablets?

    Any smart watches on the way or is that left to Nokia?

    What are HMD Global’s expectations for the Nokia Mobile brand this year?

    Will Nokia release any devices not running on Android (whether its Tizen or Sailfish)?

    What are HMD Global’s goals for the US market?

  • Nguyen Manh

    I hope you will think about keeping replaceable battery. Not a selling point for most people but a good feature for us, loyal Nokia fans.