Back from Nokia N96 Launch

OK its 1.21am now… very sleepy… ahha so i’ll make this a simple post ok?

I was at the Nokia N96 launch dinner just now at Hilton KL. Here are some pics. (More pics at my Symbian blog)

Nokia’s big boss introducing the new Nseries multimedia computer, N96.

Seriously, I was forced to join the models for this photo. ahahha

Besides launching the N96, Nokia also annouced N85 and N79.

Wanna see more of N96 and the 2 new Nseries models that was announced? Go to now.


Now that’s done…

If u like japanese food, check back tomorrow.
If u like sushi, check back tomorrow.
If u like geting discounts, check back tomorrow.
If u like eating japanese food like sushi and get discounts, check back tomorrow.



  1. Alice Teh

    And, all the YES-es combined!


    Aha, I’ve caught a glimpse of the sushi craze at Simon’s blog… 😉

    Nice Nokia pics!

    smashpOp Replies:

    ahaha i like i like i like!

  2. Furkids in Hong Kong

    That N85 looks quite nice.

    I ‘popped’ over to your Symbian blog – but I didn’t see any mention of the N96.

    ‘Wun Bun 7’ ah Jason? ;p

    smashpOp Replies:

    wah say me like that… ahaha soon there will be damn a lot of n96 posts n photos cos ill be getting one for myself ahhaha so post n85 n 79 first

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  4. Emperor

    N85 and N79 are awesome izzit not? 😛

    smashpOp Replies:

    indeed. love the screen

    Emperor Replies:

    AMOLED mah….

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