Nokia’s Explore and Share Technology Concept
By on February 24th, 2010

Nokia’s brains at at the Helsinki branch of the Nokia Research Center introduced a new concept for sharing contents — Explore and Share.

Explore and share is based on radio technology, wherein you need to place your device on a writer’ which is connected to a separate touchscreen monitor. This new radio tech forms a short-range connection between the writer and the device, and doesn’t use any other radio networks the writer is immediately paired with and recognizes your handset, and instantly brings up relevant content that is available for it on the large touchscreen monitor. From here you simply tap to transfer the apps, music albums, games, apps, videos and other extras you fancy, direct to your phone in a flash. ^

In the video demoed below, an entire music album was transferred to the device within 10 seconds from the Nokia Music Store, which is quite amazing. Check out the video:

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