Nokia USA has kicked off a holiday campaign called Holiday Realness, which features their latest Lumia devices. Nokia says we all celebrate in our own way. If it’s real to you, it’s right. There’s currently a short film showing how dog lovers celebrate their Christmas. There are a couple more videos expected to air on December 5th, but Nokia provides teasers on their website.
Expect these videos to have appearances from Nokia Lumia devices. A shiny red Lumia 1520 is shown off in the Canine Christmas video. One of the dog owners is shown taking photos with the device at the event. While he’s taking photos, the woman with the Mrs. Clause outfit says:
One of my favorite moments of the party is when each of the dogs sits on Mrs. Clause’s lap. Of course, that’s when we get some of the best pictures, too. Ms. Cocoa Puff’s daddy loves taking photographs at the event. He’s kind of the group documentarian.
Nokia also includes a greeting card maker called Oh, Snaps! You can add your friends’ faces in the photos. Check out one of the snaps below with WPCentral’s Sam Sabri.
There are 21 snaps available and 5 are customizable with faces. You can download to print, create desktop wallpaper, use as a profile pic. You can also click to share them on Facebook or Twitter.
Tweets and Instagram with hashtag #holidayrealness are also displayed on the Holiday Realness page. Here’s an example:
You might want to create your own tweets tagged with #holidayrealness. Nokia told us they’d be rewarding the best tweets with surprise giveaways.
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