Nokia mobile has a carved a niche for itself in the world market of mobile since the company’s entry into telecommunications in the 1960’s. The Finland based tech giant has progressed from being a provider of low key handsets with basic features to being at the helm manufacturing of fine Symbian, Windows and Android powered smartphones and tablets. Its first products were the Mobira series phones in the early 90’s, and since then, the company has never looked back. It has many innovations to its name, such as making some of the world’s earliest mass produced GSM phones with SMS support, big displays, internal antennas, and so forth.
Over the years Nokia mobile designed some of the most memorable phones such as Nokia 6110, 8110, 8210, 3510, 3510i and many more. A lot of these old Nokia phones differed from the rest as they offered a significant talk time, an interactive menu system and an appealing oval design. Snap on covers offered a variety of color options for you to choose from. The company produced its first smartphone, the Nokia 9110 Communicator via which you could send fax and emails. It even had a built in Web browser. Nokia 7650 was the company’s first smartphone that operated on the Symbian OS. This phone also pushed the envelope for camera phones by incorporating a 0.3MP camera on the device itself. Since then, Nokia has designed and created more than just conventional smartphones.
Though Nokia is renowned to create some of the best QWERTY keypad mobile phones with propriety or Symbian OS, it also designed stunning touch enabled phones like the Nokia 7710, as well as the stylus operated Nokia 5800. The company now makes Nokia phones that run on Windows and Android OS. Its Nokia E series was designed to meet the needs of businesses and professionals. Devices from the Nokia N series such as Nokia N8, Nokia N9 were notable for supporting multiple high speed wireless technologies, wireless LAN, digital music playback, gaming, internet services, and more. Nokia phones from the C series such as Nokia C5 and Nokia C7 featured full touch display, social network integration and access to unprecedented apps from the Nokia Ovi store. Nokia Asha phones are famous for offering optimal mobile services at a low price. In the recent years, the company unveiled advanced mobiles and tablets that featured Windows OS like the Nokia Lumia 520. It has also launched Android based mobiles from the Nokia X series in the last few years.
What separates Nokia from other mobile manufacturers is the superior build quality of its phones, which is made possible with the use of high quality materials. Nokia phones are famous for their ability to withstand wear and tear without giving way.