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Father’s Day Gift Ideas from Nokia

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Celebrate the most important man in your life this Father’s Day with a stylish and practical gadget. Nokia’s N series are the perfect gift for someone who already has everything. Here’s why!

nokia n900

The Nokia N900 seems to have been designed just for dads who love to multi-task. It urns on the new Maemo 5 software, empowering its users with dozens of applications that run simultaneously, even if you use the phone’s other features. Switching from app to app is simple and easy because you can access them all from the dashboard. You can also personalize the panoramic homescreen with shortcuts to favorite applications. Even text messages and instant messages are neatly organized in separate windows. The Nokia N900 has 32 GB of storage (which you can expand with a 48GB microSD card) and a 5MP camera with Carl Zeiss lens.

nokia n97

If there’s another thing any dad could use, it’s a reliable GPS unit that will help them navigate the confusing streets of the Metro. For that, there’s the Nokia N97 mini, which comes with Ovi Maps – a mapping and navigation software specially designed for mobile use. With Ovi Maps, you can find your way anywhere, whether you’re on a car or walking as a pedestrian. There are also turn-by-turn voice instructions for 74 countries and detailed maps for over 180 countries. And since the phone now comes with a car holder and car charger, navigating through the city in your car is now a breeze.

But what if your dad already has these excellent Nokia devices? Consider the gift of useful applications from the Ovi Store. The Ovi Store has hundreds of useful apps for the Symbian Series 40 and Symbian Series 60. Show him how to download apps that match his needs, interests, or hobbies. From the phone web browser, go to www.store.ovi.com.

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