Yesterday at the Old Billingsgate Market in London, Nokia unveiled two new music phones, the Nokia 5310 (pictured) and 5610 XpressMusic, a new multimedia phone called the Nokia N81 and an updated Nokia N95 that comes with 8GB of onboard memory.
Interestingly, the event wasn't just about new handsets -- Nokia also announced the start of a new music store, a content site called Ovi, which apparently means 'door' in Finnish, and showed off the new and improved N-Gage platform that will run on N-Series handsets. For a quick look at what Ovi offers, click play on the video below.
Nokia also gave the audience a sneak preview of its upcoming user interface, set to launch next year, that looks an awful lot like Apple's iPhone. When questioned about it, Anssi Vanjoki, Nokia's executive VP & general manager of Multimedia, said, "If there is something good in the world then we copy with pride." Hmmm. Click play on the video below to have a look at the iPhone, sorry we mean Nokia, interface.