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As one of the most famous mobile phone brands in the world, Nokia once ruled as leaders in the market. Now, with its partnership with Microsoft, Nokia it looking to take the sector by storm once more with its new range of modern and functional smartphones. 

Nokia history

Originally founded all the way back in 1865 as an industry manufacturer, Nokia has grown to become one of the world’s most recognisable mobile phone brands. With its famous line of phones in the 90s that brought mobile technology into the mainstream, Nokia became a household name. The company has continued this with its new line of smartphones which, with its partnership with Microsoft, have thrust it into the 21st century. 

A renowned brand

Nokia is one of the best known brands in the mobile sector, with many mobile phone users having owned a Nokia handset at some point. As such, you know what you’re getting when you buy a Nokia: a reliable, durable and technologically impressive device. Nokia devices have always been famously simple to use, with its newer generation continuing this trend thanks to its sale to Microsoft in 2014.

The new generation of Nokia

When most people think about Nokia, many will picture the days of the famous 3310, one of the best selling phones of all time. However, Nokia is firmly in the 21st century with its current line of devices, offering smartphone experiences that rival any other brand. Combined with Microsoft, the Nokia Lumia has become known as one of the best smartphones available, with enough features to make consumers think twice about buying an iPhone or Samsung device. 

Microsoft-supported 

Microsoft has recently taken over the Nokia brand of smartphones, meaning that all Nokia devices now run using Microsoft’s new Windows 10 operating system. This gives Nokia even more familiarity, as anyone who owns a standard Windows computer will be able to navigate through the phone’s OS with ease. This partnership with Microsoft has ensured that Nokia remains on the cutting edge of mobile technology. 

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