Whether you call it the end of an era or the most anticipated movie of 2019, you are not wrong in both instances. Avengers: Endgame premiered earlier in the week and Nigerian fans were not left out as they trooped to the IMAX Cinema, Lagos, in their hundreds to share in this excitement.
Interestingly, HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, being one of the partners of the Premiere, gave out free tickets to 30 lucky fans. Not only that, the brand was also present at the Premiere to share in the excitement of fans in order to make the event more memorable for them and it was not surprising to see attendees’ troop to the Nokia phone stand to interact with the brand in their quests to know more about its offerings.
Here are key things attendees learnt from engaging with Nokia Mobile at the Premiere.
- Nokia smartphones get better with time: With Nokia smartphones, it is no longer just about specs, but about the experience throughout the life of a device – an experience that just keeps getting better. What this means is that Nokia smartphones have an unmatched track record of keeping your smartphones up to date with latest innovations from Google – from AI powered Adaptive Battery to Google Assistant across the range.
All these, in addition to our promise of 2 year OS updates and 3 years of monthly security updates, ensure that your Nokia smartphones keep getting better.
- Your smartphone should never stop learning your needs: If anything, your smartphone should learn about your needs and be able to predict your next move before you do. This is another addition that distinguishes Nokia smartphones from the rest. For instance, features like App Actions learns usage to predict what you are about to do. Connecting you headphones? Your favourite playlist is already cued up. There’s also Slices, which brings the most relevant bits of your favourite apps to the home screen, making them available in an instant. With improved AI innovation, your Nokia smartphone is always learning, improving with every update, for an experience that just keeps getting better.
- Do not dare Nokia Smartphones: Well, yes, when it comes to the battle of superiority, do not dare a Nokia smartphone. Delivering on its commitment to pure, secure and up-to-date Android (which means as soon as a new Android OS is available, Nokia smartphone fans can upgrade their current Android version to the new one), users of competing brands were challenged to a software competition at the movie premiere and as expected almost all of them lost. While all our smartphones from Nokia 3 upwards can be upgraded to the new Android 9 Pie from whatever version they came with when bought, most competing brands cannot do this. As such, users of other brands are stuck with the Android version their phone came with, thereby, missing out on new innovations from Google.
- Nokia 4.2 is an amazing budget phone: Attendees who interacted with the new Nokia 4.2 could testify that this is a budget phone with a difference. Going for just N55,000, the Nokia 4.2 combines cutting-edge experiences with beautiful craftsmanship, AI innovation and dual rear cameras to bring you all the experiences you expect from the latest smartphone for a fraction of the price you’d expect to pay.