Inside Nokia's headquarters: A photo tour

Inside Nokia's headquarters: A photo tour

Summary: From reindeer stew to a wall of Nokia's greatest hits, here's a look inside Nokia's global HQ, not far from the Finnish capital of Helsinki.

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  • A chessboard with no pieces

    The large chess table in the centre of the client waiting area lacks chess pieces, but there are four Lumia 920s on a stand to play with if you're bored. There are also copies of Helsinki's English newspaper and a current edition of The Economist.

  • Spiralling stairwells

    The spiral stairways are a striking feature of this part of the complex, climbing all the way to the top of the building.

  • A history in devices

    A curved wall containing an archive of the company's devices over the decades leads to Nokia's cafe.

Topics: Nokia, Mobility, EU

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  • Re: arch phone display

    That's a mall kiosk they used to sell the Lumias in different parts of the world.
    WebSiteManager
    • Re: That's a mall kiosk they used to sell the Lumias

      How sad. The Asha alone would have brought in more than their entire Lumia effort to date.
      ldo17