Nokia Mobile Chief Product Officer Juho Sarvikas interviewed Telegraph India A few days before the upcoming official announcement of the new Nokia device.. In the interview, Sarvikas touched on feature phones, software, the latest hardware features, and Finnish origins.
When it comes to software, Nokia Mobile takes a clean approach that lets Google’s default apps handle all the basics of your smartphone and not make major system changes. This approach allows vendors to update software across their portfolio without pre-loading third-party apps, avoiding potential security vulnerabilities on Nokia phones.
When asked about the Nokia Mobile target device segment in an interview, Juho mentioned the Nokia 7 Plus as a midrange device that enjoyed “significant success.” When asked about bringing new features to their phones as high-MP cameras or 120Hz displays, Nokia Mobile’s CPO basically didn’t want to compromise in some area to offer new features at a lower price. Said. Customer experience. An example mentioned is a 64MP camera on an affordable smartphone that is underpowered, or a 120Hz screen on an affordable device that is underpowered. That makes sense, but does China’s competition, which has succeeded in almost “having everything”, prove that this can be done?
An interesting bite about feature phones is that Nokia Mobile will increase its investment there, according to the CPO. Because “a lot of interesting things are happening” that also mentions 4G and smart KaiOS.
You can see the whole interview here..
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