Now we're seeing some of that creativity pay off with a few "giant" interactive Lumia 800s on bus stops throughout the city. It's a great way to show off the UI by simply going, touching and interacting with it right there on the street.
If you want to see it yourself, according the Nokia Australia Facebook page, you can find them in Sydney at these locations:
- Martin Place
- Pitt St.
- Darling Harbour
- Circular Quay
Hopefully this will gain some attention for the fledgling device.
Source: Nokia AU Facebook; Thanks, Doktor G, for the tip
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