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Tuesday, July 03, 2007 

Nokia Launches Photo Printing Service For Smartphones

Nokia has launched a service across most of Europe which lets owners of Nseries phones order prints of the photos they take with the device. The Nokia XpressPrint application is a free download and the service is accessible from the phone's Gallery application. The cost of the prints (printed by CeWe Color) isn't detailed, and it's probably different for different countries. The Nseries have pretty good cameras (the N95 can get 5 megapixels, for example), and the prints come out well. You can also get the images printed on stickers, jigsaw puzzles, mugs and t-shirts. Payment is made via credit card and some local payment solutions—there's no mention of offering payment via the mobile bill. (release)

source: MoCoNews

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