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Income tax officials visited Nokia’s production unit in Chennai, India earlier today. The officials were allegedly looking for some mismatch in payments made by the company. Nokia is fully cooperating in their inquiry. Official statement after the jump.
Good news for Symbian fans… if you’re still there! The Nokia 808 PureView started shipping. Russia and India are among the first to receive this new smartphone with killer camera. As a reminder, the Nokia 808 PureView features a 41-megapixel sensor with high-performance Car Zeiss optics.
A report from CyberMedia Research claims 30.7 percent of the 166 million phones sold in India during the first eleven months of 2011 came from Nokia. Samsung followed with 14.9 percent and Micromax with 5 percent. Nokia was the leader in both the feature and smartphone segments.
A Nokia Lumia Taxi roamed the streets of Bengaluru & Chennai offering free rides to unsuspecting consumers. Once inside, they were given the choice to go to their destination or roll the dice for an amazing experience. What would you have said? Watch the video after the jump.
Nokia Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 Go On Sale in India. Come With Helicopters, Boats, Luxury Cars, & Celebrities
Both the Nokia Lumia 800 and the Nokia Lumia 710 will be available in stores December 16th in India. The marketing around it is crazy! Nokia is paying for tolls, picking up consumers in luxury cars, helicopter flights, dinners, parasailing, and more. I wish I was there to witness it all. Have fun, India!
Indian film actor, producer and television host Shah Rukh Khan just tweeted the Nokia Lumia is an awesome phone. There’s a tiny problem, though. The “King of Bollywood” tweeted it to his 1.5 million followers using a Blackberry device.
Nokia India and the Gurgaon Traffic Police have partnered up to launch a traffic management project called 3rdEYE in the city. A software called Tselina will be integrated with Nokia E5 devices to capture photo evidence of traffic violations in Gurgaon. Up to 300 traffic police personnel stationed at different locations in the city will be equipped with the Nokia E5.
Nokia India on Thursday completed installation of servers that will enable security agencies to lawfully snoop into users’ emails and messages. Both Nokia and RIM have been asked by India’s domestic intelligence agency to create lawful interception facilities earlier this year. RIM has until January 2011 to follow in Nokia’s steps, according to the Times of India.