Home windows Telephone was the best cellular platform that ever existed, everyone knows that. Apparently, Marvel Studios additionally is aware of, inserting a basic Nokia slap bang in the midst of the brand new Black Widow film!
Black Widow is an agent working for S.H.I.E.L.D., who helps the Marvel universe superheroes of their exploits in opposition to the assorted intergalactic enemies threatening earth. The Black Widow film follows the occasions of Civil Struggle. With out spoiling the film, she makes use of a Nokia Lumia to trick some pursuers into considering they discovered her. She then subsequently tosses the Home windows Telephone off a ship, clearly realizing all about Nokia cellphone’s superior skill to resist injury. I feel. Perhaps.
It is considerably hilarious to see a Nokia Lumia in a contemporary film. Usually telephones that function in films are the results of a paid product placement, though I can not think about Nokia or Microsoft would’ve paid for this one.
Perhaps the director is just an enormous fan of the great ol’ days of superior cell phone working techniques. Maybe the director even reads Home windows Central, and should even see this submit. If he does, I’d hope that he continues inserting Home windows telephones in future films, so we will educate the plenty on the prevalence of Home windows Telephone and all that encompasses it. Or perhaps I simply drank an excessive amount of on Friday night time, perhaps.
The final time I wrote a few Lumia product placement was for Microsoft and Treatment’s recreation Quantum Break, so that is considerably nostalgic for me. Microsoft typically locations Floor units into films as a part of sponsorship offers, though I am unsure we ever noticed the Floor Duo break cowl. Maybe Microsoft is ready to completely nail the expertise earlier than ramping up the advertising with that one. Perhaps we’ll see the Floor Duo 2 within the subsequent huge Marvel film as an alternative.
Due to @thomasthomaslai for the tip!
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