New Nokia Campaign: Open At Your Own Risk

While surfing through various blogs and websites I found the news that there is a new marketing campaign by Nokia.

If you go to the website there is a box and you need to open it with choosing the same symbols out of a list. Then there is a clock and a text telling you something about secrets and that they’re locked in a box since hundreds of years ago. There is also a countdown that will run till Monday.

The whole story is very weird, but let’s wait till monday for Nokia to unveil their “secret”…maybe a touch device?

You can find the website here, but: Open at your own risk!

Source: PiZero


~ by Christian on July 2, 2008.

9 Responses to “New Nokia Campaign: Open At Your Own Risk”

  1. Interesting.

    I wonder if anyone has tried watching it long enough to see something new maybe or another message.

    Could they be leading up to the release of the N96? (which I must admit I’m not too particularly excited about at all)

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  3. Could this phone be the new flagship behind this website!?
    i made some snapshots, looks like a really intresting phone though
    ps: keep on this nice blog

  4. This phone looks a little bit like the 5800, but let’s wait for monday and we’ll see…

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  6. It’s a prank, wait till Monday 😉

  7. Yesterday is gone. What happened?

  8. Is the censored text visible if you change the contrast and brightness values in the picture at

  9. ??

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