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Quality prints from your Nokia mobile
Nokia Nseries mobile phones feature up to five megapixels of digital photography technology, making it possible to produce high quality prints. Research by CeWe Color and GfK NOP shows that people seldom convert their digital images to prints: two-thirds (86 per cent) of those surveyed do not print all of their digital pictures; nearly half (45 per cent) print one-quarter or less of their images; and one in three (34 per cent) print very few or none of their digital snaps. The Nokia mobile print service is set to reverse this trend by making digital photographs as convenient to print as they are to take.
Nokia XpressPrint application
To use the service just download and install the latest version of the Nokia XpressPrint application on to your compatible Nokia Nseries mobile phone. Select the image you want, specify quantity, change the settings of the photo such as cropping and colour and then you are good to go.
You can also order your pictures to be printed on a range of products and gift items including mugs, t-shirts, greeting cards, and other fun products and then have them delivered to your home or to a friend. Prices start at eight pence for a digital photo and £6.75 for a photo mug.
Nokia print service
Andrew White, Internet Sales Manager, Cewe Color, "Demand for extra services on your mobile phone has increased since sales of handsets passed the one billion mark earlier in the year. Handsets are becoming your all in one device providing users with the internet, video, music and now photo prints and gifts." The survey was commissioned by CeWe Color and conducted by GfK NOP. One thousand adults aged 16 or over were interviewed between March 7 and March 9 2008.
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