HMD GLOBAL engages digital influencers and bloggers in Ghana

HMD Global, makers of Nokia Smartphones on Android OS have engaged a cross section of the blogging community in Ghana through a blogger hangout session. The engagement, which is the first of several blogger engagements anticipated for the year 2018 by HMD Global had about 15 bloggers in attendance.
It was really good to bring these bloggers together since some of them hadn't met each other. Nokia - Connecting People!

All the bloggers who were present at the event - including Ato Ulzen-Appiah (#mightyafrican) were given brand new Nokia 8 to boost their tech related news platforms as well as enhance the news content on their platforms using the bothie feature which allows tech consumers to take two angled videos simultaneously because it activates both the front and rear cameras to capture photos and videos.
Various millenials and other digital natives have seen the Bothie ads on TV and YouTube. Nokia has married old iconic technology and future trends in this feature.

The Nokia 8 is Nokia’s most powerful Android smartphone built to maximize performance with a distinctive design engineered to deliver exceptionally long battery life and stays cool. The exclusive Dual-Sight mode allows consumers use both front and back cameras simultaneously for split-screen photos and video with built-in streaming straight to Facebook Live and YouTube Live. The company used the opportunity to share its strong commitment to producing premium but affordable smartphones for the Ghanaian populace.
These would make the millions of people who have used older Nokia phones nostalgic while making others bump to their heads to such great intentions.

Last year HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones relaunched Nokia phones on Android operating systems. From affordable entry-level handsets to powerhouse top-end smartphones, each phone is suited to a different sort of user, with dual-sim versions too. The company has kept what many people loved about the brand – high quality externals, nicely optimized hardware, and plenty of care and attention put into the audiovisual and camera experiences with the jewel in the crown being the Android software.

Nokia solds millions and millions of phones. Android is the most ubiquitous operating system for phones. #NokiaLovesAndroid is super duper news for phone users and lovers.


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