Nokia launches XpressPrint service

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by Jan Harris

Nokia launches XpressPrint service

Nokia has launched XpressPrint, a new service which allows N-series camera phone users to order prints via LAN or cellular networks directly from their smartphone.

The service can be accessed from the mobile device’s Gallery application. A user selects the images to be printed, inserts their address and other requested information, and then simply clicks on ‘Order now’.

The order is processed by CeWe Color and prints are delivered to the entered address.

The service also gives the option of having images printed on stickers, mugs, pillocases or T-shirts. If the items are a gift, they can be delivered to an address of the user’s choice.

XpressPrint is currently only available in Europe. The service can be downloaded from Nokia’s website onto a compatible Nokia N-series device.

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