About Nokia mobiles
Nokia are probably the most well known and respected name when it comes to mobile phones. They are the largest mobile phone manufacturer in the world after all. They continue to produce some of the best selling handsets available today on the UK market.
Finnish mobile phone manufacturer Nokia is the leading manufacturer of phones in the world. They have developed and manufactured phone handsets since their inception and continue to innovate in the mobile sector leading the way for others to follow focusing on ease of use and reliability.
They continue to develop and manufacture some of the best selling handsets on the market because of their ease of use and reliability. Nokia have sold in excess of a billion mobile phone handsets worldwide.
The Nokia range of phones includes the E-series for enterprise phones, N-series for powerful multimedia phones, the X series (formerly Xpress Music) range of dedicated music phones and the newly formed C series focusing on communication smart phones.
The new range of phones are named 1-9 upwards with 1 being the lowest tech and cheapest price up to the highend 9 being the most expensive and feature rich.
History of Nokia mobile phones
From the beginning of GSM handsets Nokia battled Motorola their US based rivals to establish themselves as the world number one when it came to the manufacturing of mobile handsets. They continue to innovate focusing on reliability and usability.
Nokia's early successful mobile phones included the block designed Nokia 1101 followed by the Nokia 2100 series handsets. They then went on to develop popular phones including the Nokia 2110 which was seen as the first true business mobile phone and the Nokia 6310 which was one of the most popular mobile phones ever and is still sought after today. Followed shortly by the so called 'Banana' phone - the Nokia 8110, made famous by its appearance in The Matrix series of films.
They then went on to release the first WAP enabled mobile phone handset - the Nokia 7110 followed by the Nokia 6650 their first 3G enabled handset offering greater mobile internet speeds than WAP devices.
2001 brought about the Nokia 9210 Communicator their first ever Symbian operated handset. Further innovation then saw the release of the first European camera mobile phone - the Nokia 7650 handset.
With Symbian being such a success because of the ability to install additional software onto a handset, they developed the E-series their enterprise range and multimedia range the N-series to enhance their Symbian mobile phone range. Nokia went on to develop the Xpress Music range of MP3 phones that focuses solely on being a music playing device as well as a mobile phone - the range debuting their first ever touch screen handset.
In May 2009 Nokia opened their Ovi store where Nokia users can download and install applications, upload images and video, access Nokia maps and backup their important settings to further enhance their mobile phone experience.
Nokia will continue to develop and innovate the latest enhancements at the forefront of the mobile phone market.