p>The story of Nokia mobile has been nothing short of impressive. The Finland based manufacturer of smartphones and tablets, in a span of just a few years has advanced from being a maker of low key handsets to being at the forefront developing quality Symbian, Windows, and Android smartphones and tablets. The company has never looked back since the launch of its Mobira series phones in the early 90’s. The company was responsible for many ‘first of its kind’ technologies and designs, manufacturing some of the earliest mass produced GSM phones with SMS support, big displays, internal antennas, and much more.
Nokia, over the years, has brought out some classics such as Nokia 6110, 8110, 8210, 3510, 3510i and many more. These old Nokia phones stood out from the rest for they provided a substantial talk time, an eye catching, easy to use menu and a unique oval shaped design. Snap on covers offered an extensive range of color options. Nokia’s first smartphone, the Nokia 9110 Communicator made it possible to send fax and email. The phone also had a built in web browser to browse the Internet. The Nokia 7650 was the company’s first smartphone that came with the advanced Symbian OS that simplified using the mobile. The phone was also significant as it featured a powerful 0.3MP camera right on the device. As time passed by, Nokia brought out much more than just conventional smartphones.
Though Nokia is famous for its QWERTY keypad mobile phones, it also crafted gorgeous touch phones like Nokia 7710, as well as the stylus operated Nokia5800. Even though majority of its phones featured ingeniously developed operating systems or Symbian OS, it also designed Nokia phones that come installed with Windows and Android OS. mobile phones from the Nokia N series line including the the Nokia N8, Nokia N9 were hailed for multiple high speed wireless technology, wireless LAN, digital music playback, gaming, internet services support, and more. The Nokia E series was specially made for businesses and professionals. Nokia phones from the C series like Nokia C5, and Nokia C7 featured full touch display, social network integration and access to an unprecedented number of apps from the Nokia Ovi store. Nokia Asha series mobile devices offered state of the art mobile services at low costs. In the past few years Nokia mobile introduced to the market its advanced mobiles like the Nokia Lumia 520 and tablets that incorporated Windows OS. It has also unveiled Android mobile devices, notably the Nokia X series in the last few years.
What makes Nokia stand out from the crowd is its high quality craftsmanship derived from the use of the best materials and components. Nokia phones are synonymous for being extremely rigid, and being able to withstand daily wear and tear without giving way. Thanks to these features, Nokia mobile phones have dominated the scene in the past and will continue to do so in the future as well.