People can now order prints directly from their compatible Nokia Nseries device after they launched a fully integrated mobile printing service in Europe this week.
The new Nokia service enables people to order high-quality prints easily and directly from the device, over cellular or wireless LAN (WLAN) networks, and have them delivered to their home or a friend.
"Remember when you had to drag yourself to the store to have your film developed?" asks Mikko Pilkama, director, Multimedia, Nokia. "Now you can order prints directly from your Nokia Nseries device, and have them delivered to your doorstep – hassle-free!"
Users of compatible Nokia Nseries multimedia computers now only need one device to capture images, edit them and order prints. They can also have their favorite images printed on stickers or gift items like mugs, jigsaw puzzles and T-shirts, and have them delivered to a friend.
The mobile printing service is accessible from the device’s Gallery application. Simply select the images to be printed, insert address and other requested information, and press ‘Order now’. The order is then processed by CeWe Color and prints are delivered to the entered address.
Payment methods commonly include credit card as well as other possible local payment solutions depending on the country. In order to familiarize people with the service, each new user can order their first ten prints free of charge.
Owners of compatible Nokia Nseries multimedia computers can download the necessary Nokia XpressPrint application for free directly from the Download! application on their device.
The Nokia mobile printing service is available now and covers most of Europe.
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