This excerpt taken from the NOK 6-K filed Jul 1, 2005.
Seven new handsets unveiled and multiradio strategy announced
Nokia Connection 2005, Helsinki, Finland - Today, at the Nokia Connection events held in Helsinki and Singapore, Nokia presented highlights of its technology roadmap, introducing a vision of mobility that emphasizes human technology. During the two-day event, the common theme of delivering optimized user experience resonated throughout the technology presentations, new product introductions and application and services demonstrations. In addition to introducing seven new mobile phones, Nokia outlined its multiradio business strategy and showcased advanced development tools for the growing Forum Nokia community.
A consumer-first mindset remains at the core of everything we do at Nokia. Whether its a designer sketching a new mobile phone concept or a hardware engineer designing complex technology enablers such as multiradio or video sharing , the consumer experience is always at the forefront, said Pertti Korhonen, Chief Technology Officer, Nokia. In order to achieve truly global appeal, mobile products and services must be intuitive and easy to use something we refer to as very human technology. With this goal in mind, Nokia continues to drive global co-operation with technology specialists, designers, operators and customers, including Forum Nokia and Series 60 Product Creation Communities, to ensure that technology, usability and design work together in harmony to achieve the ultimate user experience.