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For over two decades, Nokia mobile has been a world leader in the mobile phone market. Within that span, the Finland based manufacturer of smartphones and tablets has gone from being a manufacturer of basic handsets to being the leader of fine Symbian and Windows powered smartphones and tablets. Nokia forever changed world of telecommunications ever since the launch of Mobira series phones in the early 90’s. Designing some of the world’s earliest mass produced GSM phones with SMS support, big displays, and internal antennas, the company has a glorious history of developing innovative technologies and designs that were new to the field of mobile phones.

What distinguishes Nokia from other brands is its superior craftsmanship facilitated by the use of high quality materials. Because of this reason, Nokia phones are known for their durability and elegant looks. Over the years, the company created some of the most iconic phones such as Nokia 6110, 8110, 8210, 3510, 3510i and many more. A majority of these old Nokia phones were hailed for their significant talk time, interactive menu nd lovely oval contours. Snap on covers offered a wide range of color options. The Finnish giant’s first smartphone, the Nokia 9110 Communicator, had a Web browser built into it, and even enabled you to send fax and email. In addition, the Nokia 7650 featured cutting edge Symbian OS. Another first for the phone was the inclusion of a 0.3MP camera on the phone itself. Nokia continued to innovate, and since then has launched much more than just your run of the mill smartphones.

In spite of being famous for making some of the finest QWERTY keypad mobile phones, the company also manufactured handsome looking touch enabled phones like Nokia 7710, as well as the stylus operated Nokia 5800. Even though a chunk of its phones came with propriety or Symbian OS, Nokia also made phones that operate on Windows and Android OS. The C series phones such as Nokia C5, and Nokia C7 offered full touch display with social network integration and access to thousands of apps from the Nokia Ovi store. Its Asha series is known to offer comprehensive mobile services at pocket friendly budget. The company’s Nokia E series phones were made to cater to the needs of businesses and professionals. Nokia N8, Nokia N9 from the bestselling Nokia N series supported multiple high speed wireless technologies, wireless LAN, digital music playback, gaming and Internet services. With the launch of Windows OS tablets and mobiles such as Nokia Lumia 520, the company has forayed into Windows territory for the benefit of the consumer. It has also launched Android based Nokia X series in the last few years.