Nokia's New Phone To Replace The Computer

Nokia has a plan to create one interactive device that would virtually eliminate the need for computers.



The future phone could do more than replace the personal computer though.

The Seattle Times reports Nokia wants the cell phone to be a central part of consumer life, from changing the TV channel, watching TV, to surfing the internet, to listening to music.

With camera phones already popular, Nokia’s next generation cell phone will enable the user to navigate the Internet, posting the picture and other information on a company sponsored blog.

And in Japan, some phones can be used to charge vending machine items to the customers phone bill just by waving the phone in front of the machine.

Finland-based Nokia produces more than a quarter billion cell phones a year in use worldwide.

For now, Nokia plans to push technology research to make the push their future phone`s capablity and promote their ideas to the masses.

Summary

Nokia has a plan to create one interactive device that would virtually eliminate the need for computers.


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