Report from The Nation.  A latest study conducted by Nokia pointed out that the people in Pakistan prefer style more than the need of being connected. The study says that the new devices combined with a attractive fold design with quick cover keys is bringing out substance to style, which is more acceptable in Pakistan as compared to other markets in the region of Asia and Asia Pacific. The study said that for innovation-conscious users ‘we need to offer intelligent and entertaining multimedia functionality in an easy to use, ultra slim package’.

Talking to The Nation regarding the study and cell phone users preference for Nokia in Pakistan, Tomi Paatsila, Vice President of Mobile Phones Sales and Market Operations for Nokia in the Middle East and Africa said that the users in Pakistan had surpassed others in the demand for innovation in technology.

He said that the cell phone users in Pakistan were involved more in style, which was beyond their expectations. He said the users in Pakistan needed style and design more than other features.

He said that Nokia was considering of doubling its investment in Pakistan looking at the response. He said that Nokia has conducted a comprehensive and detailed study of mobile phone users and Pakistani users have surpassed their forecast in the market which will be over 3 billion subscribers by 2008.

Tomi said that youngsters demanded innovation in multimedia computer that brings the complete experience to a sleeker body. He said that Nokia has created a very eye-catching device using premium materials to enclose world-class features and experiences.

He said that Nokia had introduced a trimmer fold model to its Nokia N-series line up, a new multimedia computer that brings the complete experience to a sleeker body, with little compromise. ‘With the Nokia multimedia computer technology and design come together to create a revolution in design for a multimedia computer’, he said.

‘We do not want to compromise any of the key Nokia N-series experiences when we designed the stylish Nokia multimedia computer’, he said, adding, that consumers were conscious technology users and with them in mind ‘we want to offer intelligent and entertaining multimedia functionality in an easy to use, ultra slim package’.

He said that Nokia music fans will appreciate the dedicated quick cover keys on the Nokia, which let them quickly and easily control the device’s music features from the outside of the folded device, for instant tunes wherever they are.

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