Nokia Phones

Nokia is a widely popular multinational communications and IT conglomerate, headquartered in Uusimaa, Helsinki and was founded sometime in the 1870s. Nokia is the 274th largest company as per Fortune 500 in the year 2013. Expertising in large scale telecommunications and also being a great contributor in the mobile industry, Nokia was the largest seller of mobile phones at some point of time. Through the oncoming of the symbian phones and then subsequently incorporating windows as its platform, Nokia developed greatly. In 2013, Microsoft acquired Nokia while the then-CEO Stephen Elop too joined a subsidiary of Microsoft mobile.
Fortune favors the brave! This is what Nokia needs to believe in now and turn the things upside down. We still believe that the old champ can regain its lost throne by virtue of these innovations.

    • CPU:
    • RAM: 32 MB RAM
    • Storage: 10 MB, 64 MB ROM
    • Display: TFT, 3.0 inches
    • Camera: 2 MP
    • OS:
    5.5
    • CPU:
    • RAM:
    • Storage: 64 MB RAM
    • Display: TFT, 2.8 inches
    • Camera: 1.3 MP
    • OS: Nokia Asha software platform 1.1.1, upgradable to v1.4
    6.6
    • CPU:
    • RAM: 32 MB RAM
    • Storage: 64 MB
    • Display: TFT, 2.4 inches
    • Camera: 2 MP
    • OS:
    6.8
    • CPU:
    • RAM:
    • Storage: 64 MB
    • Display: TFT, 2.4 inches
    • Camera: VGA
    • OS:
    6.2
    • CPU: 1.3 GHz ARM 11
    • RAM: 512 MB RAM
    • Storage: 16 GB, 1 GB ROM
    • Display: AMOLED, 4.0 inches
    • Camera: 41 MP , Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, check quality
    • OS: Nokia Belle OS
    7.1
    • CPU: 680 MHz ARM 11
    • RAM: 256 MB RAM
    • Storage: 8 GB, 1 GB ROM
    • Display: TFT, 4.0 inches
    • Camera: 8 MP, fixed focus
    • OS: Symbian Anna OS
    6.3
    • CPU: 1.4 GHz Scorpion
    • RAM: 512 MB RAM
    • Storage: 16 GB
    • Display: AMOLED, 3.7 inches
    • Camera: 8 MP, Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus
    • OS: Microsoft Windows Phone 7.5 Mango
    6.1

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