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Fancy gadget:Model-turned-actress Lisa Haydon at a promotional event in the city on Wednesday.
HYDERABAD: The generation ‘Z' girl was the cynosure of all eyes at the Nokia's generation 3 (3G) product introduction. And the hearts of those who gathered beat no less than the 3G speed as the glamorous girl posed for pics appending her cute smile.
The combination of flashy Nokia sets and the charming model-turned-actress Lisa Haydon was indeed an experience. The lady introduced Nokia's latest products and the 3G services being offered, to the media, in the ‘Nokia 3G Bus', an endeavour by the mobile giant to update the customers about the new features and services. The ‘Nokia 3G Bus' is a unique consumer campaign which allows the public to see, touch and feel the power of 3G.
The bus features three tech zones hosting three broad categories of Nokia 3G solutions– Business Smart, Entertainment and Smartphones. Also showcased on the bus are services like the Nokia Ovi Music, Ovi Maps (GPS Navigation), You Tube, Mobile TV, Video Calling, Social Networking etc which consumers can experience on Nokia 3G devices on display.
Earlier, the bus visited leading college campuses and youth hangouts in Hyderabad engaging them in exciting contests. Six lucky consumers won the Nokia X3-02 ‘Touch and Type' mobile phone and also got the chance to meet Lisa Haydon in the bus while three lucky winners experienced the true power and excitement of 3G, when they got a chance to speak with Lisa Haydon through a video call from different locations in the city.
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