Nokia summit in Udaipur: Ready to Gift “Lumia” before X-Mass

Nokia summit in Udaipur: Ready to Gift “Lumia” before X-Mass

In a ‘tight-lipped’ Nokia Strategy Sharing Summit 2011 held in Udaipur on December 1, 2011 at Hotel Udai Vilas, Vipul Mehrotra, Director and Head of Nokia smart devices (India) has expected the launch of Lumia’s two different models Lumia 800 and 710 in mid December in the Indian market.

 

Nokia summit in Udaipur: Ready to Gift “Lumia” before X-MassNokia, one of the most popular cell phone brands in India, is all set to launch “Lumia” their first smartphone based on Windows operating system in India this month.

In a ‘tight-lipped’ Nokia Strategy Sharing Summit 2011 held in Udaipur on December 1, 2011 at Hotel Udai Vilas, Vipul Mehrotra, Director and Head of Nokia smart devices (India) has expected the launch of Lumia’s two different models Lumia 800 and 710 in mid December in the Indian market.

Sharing his views about Lumia, Mehrotra said that it has great design and good package in terms of social integration and user interface.

Lumia is the first cell phone designed from the Nokia-Microsoft tie up, it was globally launched in October. The new product is expected to boost the highly competitive market of smartphones and Nokia will try its best to hold the losing grip in booming Indian market with the launch of this model.

While Udaipur and rest of the Indian cities had kept their business close in order to protest against the FDI, Nokia India Managing Director, D Shivakumar has certainly not agreed to the rising threat for Indian retail market due to foreign investment.

He said that the multinational retailers will not kill Indian Kirana Stores because of its convenience factor.

While quoting to a prestigious national news paper, D Shivakumar said, “Indian mom and pop stores (Kirana) are extremely efficient compared to Western ones; I don’t think organized retail chains can ever exterminate these traditional kiranas.”

The conference in Udaipur was held very privately without inviting any local media, according to few sources, not even the head of Nokia in Rajasthan was invited to the summit. Local dealers and managers of Nokia priority have no confirmation about the summit.

We tried to contact Nokia’s Gurgaon office but could not reach any reliable person who could provide some profound information on the subject.

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