Microsoft’s Nokia Lumia 630 ad shows how to do a smartphone switch with a football

Nokia, owned by Microsoft, announced the Windows Phone 8.1 Lumia 630. Its sales will start first in Asia, then Europe and then the US. For its promotion, the company has put together a commercial which shows Lassi Hurskainen (Finnish goalkeeper and Trick Shot master) doing a smartphone switch with a football.

And a few handsets that fly out of people’s hands resemble the iconic smartphone of a California company . Check out the video:

It’s amazing that all these tricks are real.

The handset features quad-core Snapdragon processor and includes a new low-power SensorCore, which monitors your movements in real time like the M7 motion coprocessor from Apple.
You will be able to discover how many steps you’ve taken, how many miles you’ve run, or how many calories you’ve burned, by simply taking your phone along with you and using apps such as Bing Health and Fitness, which will be updated to use the SensorCore.
When combined with free HERE Maps and HERE Drive+ to plan your route and fitness mixes on MixRadio to help you along – the Lumia 630 doubles as a complete fitness companion.
Other features include a 4.5-inch ClearBlack LDC screen, an 1830 mAh battery, several vivid colors and single, dual-SIM versions.
Microsoft also made a 128-page history book for 20,000 Nokia employees before takeover. The Verge says it has illustrations featuring GSM call to surgeons Kinect operation sensors.

Tom Warren, an author says:
It’s a celebration of the rich history that Nokia and Microsoft both share, including etchings of Nokia’s origins in a paper mill in Finland and Microsoft’s roots in New Mexico.
Anyway how do you like the new ad? 


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