Develop sits in on Nokia's mobile gaming roundtable.
To those who adore it, the smartphone platform is an exalted gadget, industry saviour and technical marvel. Its apparent radiance often blinds the public and press alike, and subsequently it has been heralded as the exclusive redeemer of mobile gaming.
And yet there are a wealth of smartphones and operators sketching out a less monopolised plan for the future. As Apple charges off into the distance on a tangent of its own, the rest of the industry is beginning to come together, and take a long look at where mobile gaming needs to go, and what needs to be done to get there.