Nokia Corporation is a multinational company headquartered in Espoo, Finland, that manufactures mobile communication products.
The Nokia 1011 (1992) was the first GSM phone produced by Nokia, but other than having the ability to make phone calls, this product was not very significant in other ways.
Nokia 5110 (1998), which Nokia positioned as a business phone, but is better known for making a classic game popular - Gluttony.
Nokia 3210 (1999) This is also one of the best-selling models in the history of cell phones, with 160 million units sold. It has a colorful look and superb value for money.
Nokia 7650 (2001), Nokia 7650 is a super classic phone that created three firsts in the world: the first five-dimensional joystick phone, the first Symbian smartphone, and Nokia's first color screen phone.
Nokia 5510 (2001) This is a non-smartphone with a full keyboard design, no camera, and keys like the early Blackberry.
In 2001, Nokia launched Nokia 9110, the second generation of the 9 series of smartphones, with additional memory expandable to 32MB and a 33MHz CPU.
In February 2002, Nokia launched the third generation of its 9 series smartphones, which was also its first color screen smartphone with all the features of the first two generations, making it one of the first color screen smartphones in the world.
In May 2002, Nokia 5210, Nokia's first triple-defense phone with case removal support, was launched.
In October 2002, the Nokia 7650, the first smartphone with Symbian Series 60 (Symbian S60) operating system, was launched.
In February 2003, Nokia launched another Symbian S60 smartphone Nokia 3650, which had a very unique and novel design. 3650's used a keyboard design similar to the old dial phone, and at that time, such a design was really personalized.
In August 2003, Nokia launched a personalized cell phone, Nokia 3300, which broke through its original style of cell phone and was designed with the convenience of game manipulation as a template, and the subsequent N-Gage series was designed with Nokia 3300 as its original form.
In October 2003, Nokia launched the first generation of the N-Gage phone, which was one of the first gaming phones in the world.
In October 2003, Nokia launched a smartphone Nokia 6600 with Symbian 7.0S S60 2.0 operating system, compared to S60 1.0 system, S60 2.0 has more functions and supports more software 6600 adopts a rounded appearance design, so it has a "fat 6 "This design also enhances the grip feeling.
In June 2003, Nokia launched its first cell phone with handwriting support, the Nokia 6108, which had a cleverly designed handwriting input area behind the flap of the numeric keys, and was priced for low-end users.
In October 2003, Nokia launched a fashionable low-end Nokia 1100, which was positioned at the low end, but won the recognition of consumers with its low price and fashionable appearance.
In November 2003, Nokia launched another phone that supported handwriting input, the Nokia 3108. Like the 6108, the 3108 also used a flip cover design and the handwriting area was also hidden under the keyboard, but the design style of the 3108 was more fashionable and colorful, in today's terms the 3108 was a fashionable version of the 6108.
In December 2003, Nokia launched a very unique cell phone: Nokia 7600, whose design was inspired by falling leaves. Nokia wanted to revolutionize the appearance of cell phones through the design of 7600, but many people could not understand the capricious design of this phone. Obviously, such a revolution in appearance was not achieved in the end.
In January 2004, Nokia's first flip phone, the Nokia 7200, was launched, and the Xpress-onTM was one of the features of the Nokia 7200, with the interchangeable part seemingly made not of traditional materials but of a special leather or hemp-like material. The mere title of Nokia's first flip phone made it an instant hit with millions of people. The elegant leather-like shell created a luxurious and dazzling appearance and temperament. The pattern of the back is a folklore pattern known as the "rich and powerful".
In April 2004, Nokia launched its first media phone, the Nokia 7700, bringing a rich mobile Internet and personal multimedia experience to users. The 7700's screen resolution was 640 x 320, allowing users to easily navigate the Internet and select the auto zoom mode that could be adjusted to fit the Nokia 7700's screen size. Series 90 system.
In May 2004, Nokia launched the Nokia N-Gage QD, an upgraded version of the N-Gage phone. Compared to the previous generation of the N-Gage, the Nokia QD has a more compact body and a more reasonable keyboard design. There are two ways to say the name of Nokia QD cell phone: one is because the left arrow keys and confirmation keys together like a capital letter Q, and the right function keys and number keys together like a capital letter D; the second is because the overall, abstract image to people is more Q, and the specific shape like a capital letter D.
In July 2004, the Nokia 7610 was launched, the only Nokia phone to file a patent and the first Nokia phone with a megapixel-class camera. "Some people said it looks like a leaf, others said it looks like a knife. This alternative shape of oblique symmetrical structure, which has never been seen on cell phones before, is different from the previous unchanging "Nokia curve". "The left side has a rounded transition that fits the curve of the left hand, while the right hand feels hard due to the vertical corners.
In September 2004, Nokia 7260, 7270 and 7280 were launched at the same time, gaining market recognition with their stylish designs. These three phones were then known as the "Three Musketeers" in the fashionable cell phone industry.
In October 2004, the Nokia 6170 was introduced. Compared to the 7270, which was introduced a month earlier, the 6170 was made of more metal, and the whole machine looked more handsome and technological.
In 2004, Nokia launched its first rotating flip phone, the Nokia 6260, which at first glance looked like an ordinary flip phone, but actually had a rotating flip cover that could be rotated 180° and then covered to take photos and videos directly.
In October 2004, the Nokia 6670 was launched as the successor to the 7610, with a normal keyboard design. The owner feels that the 6670 looks better than the 7610, how the gut looks.
In December 2004, Nokia launched the Nokia 6630, the first cell phone to support the global 3G (WCDMA) network, which also used a rare stepless linear 6x zoom at the time. 6630 adopts a flask-style top-down round design, which always has a strange feeling in the hand, but in one-handed operation, the lower part of the round body falls completely into the palm of the hand is a wonderful feeling, the shape design is very ergonomic. The design is very ergonomic. The Nokia 6630 is the world's first phone to work in global 3G (WCDMA2000 Max DL=384 kbps UL=128kbps), EDGE and 2G network environments.
Although the color depth only reaches 65536 colors, the color effect is no less than 260,000 colors, and the fineness is even unmatched by notebook LCD, and the screen is stable and softly lit, so long time viewing will not be fatigue. As an upgraded version of the 7700, the 7710 has made a boost in shooting, with a 1.3 megapixel VGA camera that supports 2x digital zoom, while the 7710's body memory has been increased to 90M (the 7700's memory is only 8M), and the running memory has also been improved, making the system run faster.
In July 2005, Nokia launched a positioning luxury cell phone Nokia 8800, 8800 screen after hardening technology treatment of the screen, can reduce the scratch. 8800's shell is made of fine steel carefully, the 8800 made of fine steel after special treatment. The steel casing is formed by precision laser cutting, and the combination of all parts of the body is very high, and NOKIA's years of experience in cell phone manufacturing design and manufacturing process is perfectly reflected in the 8800. Later, the 8800 came out with a series of luxury phones, including the Sirocco version, Arte version, Gold Collector's Edition, Diamond Edition, the most expensive even sold to 50,000 to 60,000. The vertu brand was later derived from the 8800 series.
In August 2005, Nokia launched a low-end straight phone, the Nokia 1110. 1110, as a low-end phone in the Nokia 1 series, did not use a color screen design, nor did it use the usual white screen, but instead used a more energy-efficient black-on-green monochrome screen, with a resolution of only 96×68, and the 1100 did not support any form of expansion. The Nokia 1110 is equipped with an all-in-one design keyboard that feels good in your hand and has a large keyboard area. The 1110 also has independent speakers with loud and penetrating sound. The 1110 supports Nokia's traditional "Xpress-on" color case feature. The Nokia 1110 became the king of standby phones with its low price, and also created a sales miracle, selling 250 million units of the 1100, 1110 and 1110i combined.
In December 2005, Nokia 7360, 7370 and 7380 were launched at the same time, replacing 7260, 7270 and 7280 a year earlier, becoming the new generation of "Three Musketeers" in the fashionable cell phone industry.
In December 2005, Nokia launched its only cell phone with Symbian UIQ operating platform, Nokia 6708, which was also the first megapixel photo UIQ phone to be launched in mainland China. 6708 is based on Symbian OS7.0 UIQ2.1 operating platform with 2.7-inch touch screen.
The Nokia 9300i, launched in the first quarter of 2006, is the last word in Symbian Series 80.
In April 2006, Nokia launched a music phone Nokia 3250XM with a unique twist design for the first time, novel and fashionable, and as a music phone set up a special music key to control music playback. nokia 3250 supports three phase rotation, just a flick of the wrist, it becomes a music player.
In May 2006, Nokia released the first generation of E series cell phones positioned for business intelligence, they are the straight E60, the straight E61 with full keyboard and the E70 with flip cover and full keyboard, they were launched in the second and third quarter of 2006 respectively. Compared with the N series, the E series had a larger system memory and a simpler and purer system, so the software ran faster, but at that time Nokia mainly pushed the N series, so the E series did not cause a market sensation at first.
In June 2006, the second generation of Nokia N series was launched, they are N80, the first upper slider phone of N series, N71, a mid-range flip phone and N92 (TV), which supports two-way flip. But unfortunately the second generation N series phones did not cause a market sensation and were soon overshadowed by the first generation N series phones, and soon after Nokia launched the third generation N series phones.
In August 2006, the third generation of Nokia's N series phones were launched, namely the N72, N73 and the Transformer N93. Compared to the tough and dominant shapes of the previous two generations, the third generation of N series phones had a more stylish design and improved photography, with the N73 and N93 using a 3.2 megapixel main lens and CMOS sensor. It is with the fashionable design and powerful shooting function that the third generation N series caused a big market sensation as soon as it was launched, and the N72 and N73 became an arcade in the following year or two.
In August 2006, Nokia launched the Nokia 5500 Sport, a triple-defense phone with the S60 operating system. 5500 Sport is a rugged, splashproof, dustproof and shockproof phone designed for sports, and is rich in audio and video entertainment features, with a built-in digital music player and a 2 megapixel lens with 4x digital zoom. The 5500 should have been considered very powerful 9 years ago in terms of features, but the 5500 is only equipped with a 1.6-inch screen, which is really small in the period when 2.1 to 2.3-inch screens were popular.
In October 2006, Nokia launched two music phones with S40 system, 5200XM and 5300XM, with a sleek and compact design, easy to carry and feel great in the hand, and also equipped with special music playback shortcut keys on the left side of the screen to facilitate the operation of interface switching.
In the fourth quarter of 2006, Nokia released the second generation of E series phones, E50 and E62. E62 and E61 are very similar, so I won't introduce them much. Because of the positioning of business, ignoring the photo function, the body did not include a camera)
In January 2007, Nokia N93i, the upgraded version of Nokia N93, was launched, said to be the upgraded version, in fact, N93i is more like the fashion version of N93, the front of the mirror design, so that N93i looks more high-end, more technology and more fashionable. The N93i is a high-end N-series smart product that is still attractive in terms of features and appearance, but the high price will discourage many cell phone lovers. The unique design of double hinge, 2.4-inch wide and colorful display with 16 million colors, 3.2-megapixel Carl Zeiss certified lens for better image quality, and support for Symbian OS 9.1 Series 60 3rd edition operating system.
In January 2007, and N93i at the same time launched a main music function of the N series flip phone Nokia N76, the body using ultra-thin design, the secondary screen using mirror design. n76 has a stunning handsome appearance, and more powerful entertainment features, the initial listing caused a market sensation. But unfortunately, soon after the N76's fatal flaw was revealed, poor battery life, which was also the common problem of ultra-thin phones at the time, the body space is small, so the battery must also be thin and small, so you have to sacrifice the battery capacity, that is, sacrifice the battery life.
In January 2007, Nokia launched the Nokia 6300, a stylish cell phone with a stainless steel case. The NOKIA 6300 was the world's top-selling cell phone from 2007 to 2008, and was known as the "King of Popular Mobile Phones".
On February 12, 2007, Nokia launched the third generation of E series phones, they are E61i (straight full keyboard), E65 (the first E series slider), and E90 (notebook style flip cover). Compared to the first two generations of the E series, these three E series phones have a sleeker, more technological design and more powerful entertainment features. The E61i and E65 feature a 2.0 megapixel camera and the E90 features a 3.2 megapixel camera, and all three phones use CMOS light-sensitive elements. These three phones also have more powerful business office functions, and the E90 is known as the "mobile office". The E61i has the classic straight full keyboard shape, the E65 has a stylish slider design, and the E90 has a dominant notebook-style flip cover shape, more like a continuation of the 9 series style.
In April 2007, Nokia 5700XM was launched. As the upgraded version of 3250XM, 5700XM also adopts the twist-waist design, but the appearance design is more fashionable, the overall shape is more rounded, and the feel of the hand has been significantly improved. Overall, Nokia 5700 had a unique appearance, successfully combined 3250 and 5300 together perfectly, and was equipped with mainstream QVGA screen and 2.0 megapixel lens, and performed quite well in music, which could be called a powerful entertainment machine at that time.
In May 2007, a generation of Nokia N95 was launched, with a unique two-way slider design, which can easily achieve different modes of conversion, equipped with a slider keyboard on the top of the body, with internal hidden shortcut play keys to achieve the function of music and movie shortcut playback of the phone. N95 has a 2.6-inch QVGA resolution screen, which was considered a large screen 8 years ago, with Symbian 9.2 S60 V3.1 operating system, memory capacity of up to 320M, CPU of 332MHz, and camera of 5 megapixels. The N95 had a good reputation in the kingdom of mobile phones at that time with its powerful entertainment functions, but the listing price of nearly 10,000 yuan also discouraged people.
In May 2007, Nokia launched the Nokia 6120 classic, an S60 smartphone for the low to mid-range market, at the same time as the N95. The 6120c is also very well equipped with a 16 million color 2.0 inch QVGA screen with accurate color reproduction and rich layering, a built-in 2 megapixel CMOS camera with 4x digital zoom, 64MB RAM + 128MB ROM and a CPU frequency of 369MHz. The 6120c has 64MB RAM + 128MB ROM, and the CPU main frequency is 369MHz, even more than the 330MHz of N95 at that time.
In July 2007, Nokia launched another stylish phone with a unique design, the Nokia 7500 Prism. 7500P, in addition to superior cutting, was also made of a durable matte lacquer material chosen for 7500 P to resist fingerprints and grease. 7500 Prism is not one of those fashionable phones with a false name, to make it stand out in the world of fashion, Nokia To make it stand out in the fashion world, Nokia brought in a team of skilled diamond cutters to cut a lustrous diamond diamond pattern casing inspired by geometric shapes. The cutters cut it as symmetrically as if it were a mirror, with clear cut edges that reflect light like a diamond and a three-dimensional triangular cut pattern that is full of futuristic technology - playing with diamond cutting on a phone.
In July 2007, the Nokia 6131i was launched. The 6131i didn't look like much, it just had an extra fully automatic flip cover than the regular S40 flip phone. But the 6131i had a feature that seemed very advanced at that time, that is, NFC near field function, which could make the phone transform into a public transportation IC card, and it was the first phone in the world to integrate NFC technology, and it was not until 2012 that this feature slowly started to be popular on smartphones.
On August 29, 2007, Nokia launched the second N series cell phone with one-way slider shape after N80, which integrates game, entertainment and business. But in fact, except for the slider shape and model continuity, the N81 cannot be regarded as an upgrade of the Nokia N80. The Nokia N-Gage and N-Gage QD are significant milestones in the history of gaming phones, however, after the QD, Nokia did not continue the series, but developed the N-Gage into a big platform that can support global players to network games and download the latest games, thus the model with the main focus on games was born, which is the N-Gage platform. The main model of N-Gage platform - N81.
In October 2007, Nokia launched two more music phones with S40 system, 5310XM and 5610XM. 5310 continues the XpressMusic series style, the left side of the screen still arranges the play shortcut keys and 5300, but 5310's keys have a stronger metal feeling, those who have seen 5300 and 5700 should know that although these two machines have a stylish and avant-garde shape, the thickness of these two machines is more than 15mm. The Nokia 5610xm has a built-in, built-in, and built-in keyboard. The Nokia 5610xm has a built-in professional DAC33 audio processing chip, although as the Xpress Music series, the design style of the 5610XM is more similar to that of the N81, which was mainly used for gaming functions at the time.
In November 2007, the N82, the only straight phone in Nokia's N8 series, was launched. The front panel of the N82 was mirror-treated using different techniques, with a built-in GPS navigation module that enables navigation without adding any external devices. The N82 also includes "3D Accelerator" and support for OpenGL ES 1.1 Plugin technology. If these two indicators were only available to high-end products like N9 and E9 before the N82 was released, the Nokia N82 has completely broken the monopoly of this "aristocratic hereditary system".
The Nokia E51 was introduced in November 2007, with a thickness of 12 mm and a weight of 100 grams, making it the thinnest and lightest of the E series phones at the time.
In January 2008, Nokia released two very tough looking phones, the 6500 classic and the 6500 slide. the Nokia 6500 classic was made with seamless forging technology, using a section of metal tube pressed into the body in one go, thus ensuring a beautiful body while avoiding gaps. the 9.5mm thickness also made the 6500 classic the thinnest Nokia phone at the time. The 6500 classic was the thinnest Nokia phone at the time. The Nokia 6500 Slide is a metal case with the S40 3rd edition operating system, a 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, auto focus and 8x digital zoom, and a powerful dual LED flash.
In February 2008, Nokia launched a mid-range camera phone Nokia 6220C. 6220C used the same 5 megapixel CMOS camera + professional xenon flash combination as N82, but the price was much cheaper than the mid-range and high-end positioning of N82, so it was a big hit in the market at that time.
In May 2008, Nokia launched the Supernova series with four stylish phones, the 7210C, 7310C and 7610S. The 7210C features a gradient color front panel and a slim design with a thickness of 10.6 mm and a weight of 69.8 grams. The 7610S is the only slider phone in the Supernova series, the front design is the same as the 7310C, also using mirror design 7510A has the signature flip design - "one touch to open" side button, hidden screen and prompt light makes it more The concealed screen and alert light make it show incredible lighting effects. All four phones support colorful cases that can be changed at will.
In the second quarter of 2008, Nokia N series released two more products, one is the king N96 and the other is the mid-range N78, both of which are designed with all-black panels on the front and look more atmospheric than the previous generation. 2.8-inch QVGA screen is used in the N96, which was considered a big screen at that time, and the built-in 16GB super memory also supports up to 8GB memory expansion. The N96 was not a successful machine, but the CPU frequency of the N96 was only 264MHz, which was not as good as the CPU of the previous generation N95, so the system fluency was also worse, so the N96 was not a successful machine. 2.4-inch QVGA screen, the CPU screen reached 369MHz, the performance was more powerful, the price was also more reasonable, plus the fashionable and atmospheric design, so the N78 became an arcade. Nokia N78 later became an arcade.
In July 2008, Nokia added two new members to the Xpress Music series, the 5220XM and 5320XM. 5220XM was designed with a polished black panel on the front and a unique asymmetric trapezoid design that made 5220XM one of the most personalized phones at the time. 5320XM used the S60 operating system, which was also the first time that the Xpress Music series of smartphones was aimed at the low-end market. series of smart phones for the first time for the low-end market, achieved a good market response.
In July 2008, Nokia Prism series launched a flip phone, Nokia 7070 Prism. 7070 Prism is a continuation of the Prism family design style diamond fashion series of cell phones, the appearance is very striking, using the classic diamond design, the screen is 1.8-inch 65550 color resolution of 128 × 160 TFT LCD screen, weighing only 78 grams. Compared to the 7500 Prism the 7070 Prism removes all multimedia features, you won't see a camera, high definition screen, MP3 and MP4 playback, Bluetooth or even memory card storage on it - this shows that the 7070 Prism returns to the most essential application of a cell phone, it is entirely for those who It is completely designed for those who "just use the phone as a phone" friends.
In August 2008, Nokia launched the Nokia N85, an N series cell phone for the high-end market. Nokia N85 has a unique two-way slider design for high-end Nokia models, which makes the phone round and slender and more dynamic than the N95/N96, which also has a two-way slider. The phone is equipped with a breakthrough 2.6-inch QVGA resolution AMOLED screen with rich colors and high brightness, which is very impressive. The N85 design is similar to the N81, with the delicate workmanship and feel of the N81, but with the two-way slider design of the N96, bringing the essence of the N series to the N85 in one.
The N79 is the first and only model in the N-series to support the smart color case "at your fingertips", but this feature was already available on Nokia's low-end products years ago. The N79 has a 2.4-inch HD display that maintains the 16 million color QVGA display level. The N79 is also a standard phone. the N79 body is more like the Nokia N78 and features a professional 5 megapixel camera with dual LED fill light, which was a powerful configuration for a mid-range phone at the time.
On October 2, 2008, Nokia 5800, Nokia's first touchscreen phone with S60 V5, was released. This phone was Nokia's response to the iPhone. After the first generation iPhone was introduced in June 07, it caused a market sensation in Europe and America. Therefore, Nokia is also looking for a breakthrough in touch smartphone, so it upgraded Symbian S60 system to release the touch version of Symbian 9.4 S60 V5 system, and the first one with this system is 5800.
On November 18, 2008, Nokia launched a new generation of E series cell phones, the E71, E66 and E63, which are the most well-known of the E series. The E66 is an upgraded version of the E65, with a more fashionable design and a thinner, more compact body. e63 is a simpler version of the E71, except for the camera, which has shrunk from 3.2 megapixels to 2 megapixels, and the shell has been changed to plastic. other configurations are basically unchanged, but the price is much lower, so the E63 has become the popular king of the E series.
In November 2008, Nokia Xpress Music series added a new member, Nokia5130XM. Nokia 5130XM is not much of a breakthrough in terms of styling, still using the traditional straight design, and the traditional keyboard and screen design is not very creative, not very pleasing, but the phone material after the display polishing treatment, quite a fashionable atmosphere, the left side of the screen The three hidden shortcut key indicators on the left side of the screen become a highlight of the 5130XM design.
On December 2, 2008, Nokia launched the first N-series model with Symbian S60 v5 system. The Nokia N97 was designed with a full touchscreen + side-sliding QWERTY full keyboard, with a unique angled side-sliding design, making the N97 one of the most personalized flagships of its time. the N97 was equipped with a 3.5-inch 640x360 pixel TFT display, 5 megapixels, 32G of memory, microSD card support for expansion up to 16GB, and dual speakers. Later Nokia also launched the N97mini for the mid- to high-end market, with the screen reduced to 3.2 inches and its own memory shrunk to 8GB, and the price was also cheaper, Nokia was occupying most of the high-end market with the dual flagship tactics of N97 and N97mini.
In late 2008, the Nokia E75, the first phone in the Nokia E series with a side-sliding full keyboard design, was introduced. The Nokia E75's 9-key + full keyboard combination makes it a convenient S60 with text input. it also highlights the convenient and fast design concept of the E series phones.
In January 2009, the Nokia Xpress Music series also saw its first phone with a side-sliding full keyboard, the Nokia 5730XM. The 5730XM is similarly equipped to the E75 and feels like a musical and stylish version of the E75. Like other Xpress Music phones, the 5730XM is also equipped with music playback shortcut keys for quick song cutting. In addition, the 5730XM is equipped with a gaming button similar to the N81 in the N series, making it a true N-Gage gaming machine, through which you can directly access the N-Gage Arena community and pre-installed N-Gage games.
On February 18, 2009, Nokia released the Nokia N86, the successor to the N85, for the mid-to-high end market. 8MP on the body of the Nokia N86 indicates that the phone has an 8MP camera with the same Carl Zeiss optical certification, f2.4/f3.2/f4.8 auto aperture selection, up to 1/1000 second mechanical shutter, and dual LED flash. The Nokia N86 was also certified by Carl Zeiss optics and offered f2.4/f3.2/f4.8 automatic aperture selection, a maximum 1/1000 second mechanical shutter, and a dual LED flash.
From February to March 2009, two new members were added to the Nokia E series: E55 and E52, which were launched in May 2009. The E55 and E52 are made of metal and have a slim and rounded body, making the overall style very stylish.
At the end of May 2009, Nokia released the Nokia 6700C, a sleek S40 phone with a lot of metal, which went on sale on June 19. 6700c can be seen as the "successor" of 6300, with the same metal casing + slim and compact design, as the replacement of 6300. As a replacement for the 6300, the 6700c expands the screen to 2.2 inches and increases the camera from 2 megapixels to 5 megapixels. Although it uses the S40 system, the 6700 still has powerful multimedia entertainment features.
On June 3, 2009, in Espoo, Finland, NOKIA officially launched the 6730c in response to World Environment Day, a mobile device dedicated to both an enhanced email experience and a wide range of Internet services, especially with the 6730c's 100% recyclable packaging, industry-leading energy-saving features and accessories. Phones from Nokia's 6 series have always been very cost effective, with the previous 6120c gaining significant market share thanks to its good price and performance. This year's new 6730c continues that strength with a 3.2 megapixel camera, stylish styling and the expandable Symbian S60 V3.2 smart operating system.
On June 15, 2009, Nokia released another S60 V5 Xpress Music series phone, Nokia 5530XM. 5530XM can be seen as the "mini version" or "fashion version" of 5800XM. The 5530XM can be seen as a "mini" or "stylish" version of the 5800XM, except that the screen is reduced to 2.9 inches, other configurations are basically the same as the 5800XM, and the body is also smaller than the 5800XM. The metal frame used on Nokia N97 and N86 is added around the body of 5530XM, which not only makes the appearance more delicate and noble, but also makes the overall body more textured. The 5530XM also has three virtual touch buttons instead of the 5800XM's three physical buttons, making the overall look more technological.
The Nokia E72, the successor to the E71, is a continuation of the E71 design, with a full keyboard and a wide, thin body. The E72 is still made of a lot of metal and has a very good texture. The improvements to the details of the body make it easier to use and feel better. The Nokia E72 uses the newer S60 V3.2 system and the CPU has been upgraded from 369MHz in the E71 to 600MHz for better overall performance, and the E72 packs a larger 1500MAh battery into a slim 10.1mm body, giving it 13 hours of talk time and up to 22 days of standby time.
The Nokia 5630XM was launched in the second quarter of 2009, and when you look at the Nokia 5630XM, many people will think of the 5310XM. With its simple straight design and 12mm thick body, the Nokia 5630XM is a great portable phone. The Nokia 5630XM is powered by S60 V3.2 with a 600MHz processor and 128MB of memory, making the 5630XM the fastest running Xpress Music phone at the time.
In June 2009, Nokia released a Linux-based communication product, Nokia N900. 480 pixel screen, supporting touch function. The N900 has a built-in 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and dual LED flash, an OMAP 3430 processor that runs on 1GB of virtual memory and operates at 600MHz, and 32GB of storage space, but the N900 inherits the operating style of previous generations of MIDs, and the overall operation is done in landscape, so it is important to get rid of the traditional concept of vertical operation. The N900 has inherited the previous generations of MID, the overall operation is done in landscape, so to get rid of the traditional phone vertical operation concept .
In September 2009, Nokia launched two new X-series phones, the flagship X6 for the high-end market and the S40 music phone X3 for the low-end and mid-range markets. The X3 also features a 5-megapixel Carl Zeiss-certified lens with autofocus support and a dual-LED fill light. The X3 has a slide-out design with a 2.2-inch QVGA screen and a built-in 3.2 megapixel camera. The X3 has a 2.2-inch QVGA screen with a built-in 3.2 megapixel camera, and the Xpress Music series has music shortcuts on the side of the screen.
In September 2009, along with the two new X-series models, Nokia launched the Nokia 5230, a S60 V5 touch smartphone for the first time in the low-end market. The 5230 was popular at the time for its high cost performance and stylish design, and once became an arcade.
On November 24, 2009, Nokia released two slider phones, the 6700slide and the 7230. 6700s features a colorful and reinforced aluminum body, 5 megapixels, autofocus Carl Zeiss lens, S60 V3.2 system, ARM 11 CPU at 600MHz, 128MB RAM + 256MB ROM. The 7230 has a relatively rounded shape, with a large number of polished body and metal frame, making the camera perform well in terms of visual effects. The system used is the S40V6 initial version of the non-intelligent platform.
In March 2010, Nokia C series was launched and Nokia C5 became the first C series phone. The Nokia C5 has a straight form factor. The C5 is basically an improved version of the Nokia 6730c, inheriting the main features and advantages of this S60 straight phone and using a stainless steel back cover to give the phone an overall more textured look. Of course, the Nokia C5 has some significant improvements over the Nokia 6730c in terms of other features, including stereo speakers, GPS navigation, and support for free Ovi maps and Facebook location sharing.
On April 13, 2010, Nokia C6, the second phone in the Nokia C series, was launched, featuring the popular side-sliding full keyboard design for faster input. The screen is a 3.2-inch 16 million color TFT resistive touch screen with a resolution of 360x640, and the system is still equipped with Symbian 9.4 S60 5.0 intelligent operating system. The C6 is more like a cheap version of the N97mini, except for the elimination of the 8GB of self contained memory and the tilt angle of the side slider, the other configurations are almost identical to the N97mini, but the price is much lower, which is a big reason why the C6 is popular with the public after its launch.
The X2-00 is a low-end phone, but it has stereo speakers, independent music controls, and support for 16GB microSD memory card storage, which is a rare feature in a low-end phone that cost a few hundred dollars more than five years ago. The C3-00 has a full keyboard and looks like a non-intelligent version of the E63, but with a more rounded body, the C3 is equipped with a 2.4-inch QVGA screen, a 2-megapixel camera, and supports up to 8GB of microSD card expansion. Although it is a non-smart phone, the battery capacity of the C3 is 1320 mAh, which gives it a superb battery life.
In June 2010, Nokia launched the Nokia X5-01, a mid-range X series phone with a very unique design. The X5-01 is smaller than other phones, with a slightly curved design at the bottom of the top and back, so that it fits better in the palm of your hand and prevents the camera from rubbing against the desktop when the phone is laid flat. The X5-01 is powered by S60 V3.2, a 600MHz CPU with 512MB ROM + 256MB RAM, which ensures the system running speed.
On July 31, 2010, Nokia launched the Nokia E5, an E series phone for the mid-range market. the Nokia E5 is extremely similar to the E72, with the classic straight full keyboard design, which is very useful for text input and email operations. the configuration is basically the same as the E72, but the price is much cheaper and can be seen as a cheaper version of the E72.
In August 2010 Nokia released the Nokia N8, the first cell phone with Symbian^3 operating system. Nokia N8 features a 3.5-inch nHD resolution touch screen, a 12-megapixel main camera with Xenon flash, autofocus support and 720P HD video recording capabilities, and a 1/1.83-inch sensor, which is currently the larger sensor on cell phones. The size exceeds that of most card cameras. It also continued the wide-angle lens of the N86, and the Nokia N8 became one of the most powerful flagships at the time with this camera. The N8 became the last "king" of the generation.
In September 2010, Nokia launched two more smartphones in the C series, the Nokia C7 and the Nokia C6-01, aimed at the mid-range and mid-range markets respectively.Both the C7 and the C6-01 use the Symbian^3 operating system and are equipped with a 680MHz CPU with 256MB of RAM. The difference between the two is that the C7 has 8GB of built-in storage and a 3.5-inch screen size, while the C6 has a 3.2-inch screen size.
In September 2010, the first touch phone with S40 non-intelligent operating platform Nokia X3-02 was launched In October 2010, Nokia C series also launched a S40 touch phone Nokia C3-01.
In December 2010, Nokia launched a C series cell phone for the low end of Nokia C5-03. C5-03 adopts S60 V5 system, 3.2-inch 360×640 resolution screen, the body size is similar to C6-01. The camera is 5 megapixels, and the overall configuration is similar to the C6, but the side slider is cancelled and the straight board is used instead, and the CPU frequency is upgraded to 600 MHz. the colorful appearance has some of the style of the 5230. Therefore, the C5-03 can be seen as an upgraded version of the 5230, a scaled-down version of the C6, and a lower version of the C6-01, with a more affordable price. However, the C5-03 is a typical case of bad timing, when the iPhone 4 was the hottest time and Android system was already relatively popular. Therefore, it is normal that the C5-03 with Symbian system did not become a popular machine at that time.
On March 8, 2011, Nokia announced the Nokia X1-00, an entry-level music phone with a classic straight design and a large speaker on the back, which seems to be quite loud. The S30 operating system does not include a web browser or other form of Internet connection, so you can't download music directly from the Internet. However, it is able to support SD cards of up to 16GB, which can be used to store music files. The Nokia X1-00 also has a built-in flashlight, and its superb battery life has a standby time of up to 7 days under normal use, and can play music for 38 hours continuously.
In April 2011, Nokia released a new business phone E6 with the new Symbian Anna system, which is the first Nokia phone with a straight full keyboard + touch screen design. Although the E6 is very similar to the E5 in appearance, it is much more eye-catching than the latter. The Nokia E5 has a 2.46-inch 640 x 480 resolution HD screen with retina level and a pixel density of 325ppi, which is close to that of the iPhone 4.
In February 2011, Nokia E first large-screen touch phone E7 was launched, E7-00 with Symbian^3 system (later can be upgraded Belle), 4-inch nHD resolution screen, back equipped with 8 megapixel camera and supplemented by dual LED flash, other parameters and N8 similar. The E7 is similar to the N8 in terms of design, and uses a full keyboard design similar to the N97's angled side-slide, so overall the E7 is a combination of the N8 and N97.
In June 2011, Nokia X series launched a flagship Nokia X7. X7 configuration and E7 is very similar, using Symbian Anna system, the appearance of the straight shape, the overall design is more handsome and tough, the back cover using curved design, in the feel of the performance is also good.
On June 21, 2012, Nokia announced three S40 platform non-intelligent touch phones Nokia C2-02, Nokia C2-06 and Nokia C2-03 with dual network dual standby capability. C2-02/03/06 all use touch key dual-use operation and slider design, the screen is expanded to 2.6 inches, these three phones have the same appearance C2-03 supports dual network dual standby The C2-06 has more colors.
On August 1, 2011, Nokia announced the Nokia 500 Fate, the first Symbian phone with a 1GHz processor, opening a new era of 1GHz Symbian phones. The back of the phone is equipped with a 5 megapixel camera with both video shooting capabilities. The Nokia 500 is powered by Symbian Anna and comes with 2GB of memory and supports micro-SD expansion cards up to 32GB. The front of the Nokia 500 is similar to the X6, and the back of the phone is designed with a curved back cover, which improves the feel of the phone.
On August 24, 2011, Nokia released the first three smartphones with Symbian Belle operating system, they are 600 Cindy, 700 Zeta, 701 Helen. 600 adopts single-core 1GHz CPU, 700 and 701 have 1.3GHz CPU, 600 and 700 have 3.2-inch screen size, 701 has 3.5-inch screen size, and the resolution is 360×640. The 600 has a single-core 1GHz CPU, while the 700 and 701 have a 1.3GHz CPU, and the 600 and 700 have 3.2-inch screens and the 701 has 3.5-inch screens, with a resolution of 360×640 and a brightness of 1000nits.
In August 2011, Nokia released its only meego phone, the Nokia N9, with a 3.9-inch capacitive touch screen and a resolution of 480x854. The display of the phone was relatively good in 2011 and was in the top level among Nokia's phones at that time. The phone is powered by a Texas Instruments OMAP3630 processor and has 1GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage. The N9 is also unique in that it is not made of metal, but of a polycarbonate material that is light, but strong and impact resistant.
On February 27, 2012, along with the launch of the Lumia 610, Nokia also announced the 808 PureView, a phone with a stunning 41 megapixel Carl Zeiss camera, the world's first phone with PureView imaging technology. With a 41 megapixel sensor, Carl Zeiss lens and pixel oversampling technology, the Nokia 808 PureView ushers in a whole new era of smartphone imaging. The Nokia 808 is powered by Symbian Anna system. Due to the system limitation, the 808 is only equipped with a single-core CPU of 1.3GHz. On the evening of January 24, 2013, Nokia announced that it will not release any more Symbian phones, which means the complete end of Symbian era.
February 25, 2013 - The Nokia 1050 is a simple and practical, straight feature phone with no 3G support, no Bluetooth or WIFI, 1.4-inch 128 x 128 pixel color screen, FM FM radio, splash-proof keyboard and flashlight, ultra-long standby time, and comes in black and blue. The Nokia 1050 is not a smartphone, but because of its sturdy body and long standby time, it quickly overpowered the Nokia Lumia 720 and Lumia 520 after its release and became the focus of foreign netizens' attention, even triggering a wave of worship from British netizens, and was given the title of "God's Machine "The Nokia 1050 was priced at the time on the official website. The Nokia 1050 was priced at $162 on the official website at the time, an affordable price.
On the afternoon of May 9, 2013, Nokia launched its first Asha series smartphone, the Nokia 501, in India, focusing on the low-end market. In addition to the above mentioned features, the most interesting feature of Nokia 501 is the Asha platform, which is a smart operating system developed by Nokia after acquiring Smarterphone in 2012, with a better sliding touch experience in smartphones and a fastlane interface. Fastlane interface, which has similar swiping features to the previous MeeGo system. Nokia 501, which is similar to Lumia design, uses the new Asha platform, which has a colorful body design, new user interface and 48 days long standby time.
On May 10, 2013, Nokia released the Lumia 928, a phone that is more similar to the 920. The Nokia Lumia 928 configuration is more similar to the Lumia 920, but the Lumia 928 uses an OLED screen, Xenon flash, and an improved speaker. In addition, the Lumia 928 has three High Amplitude Audio Capture (HAAC) microphones that significantly reduce distortion and deliver high-quality recordings. Compared to the 920, the Lumia 928 has a more rigid and handsome design style and improved thickness control, from 10.7mm to 10.1mm and weight from 185g to 162g, improving the disadvantages of the heavy Lumia 920 body.
On May 14, 2013, Nokia launched the Lumia 925 in London, UK with an aluminum metal frame, 8.7 megapixel camera with 6 sets of Carl Zeiss lenses and optical stabilization for clearer photos and recordings in low light. the configuration of the Lumia 925 is basically the same as the 920. With a polycarbonate back and aluminum frame, the Nokia Lumia 925 is slimmer and easier to control, with a thickness of 8.5 mm and a weight of 139 grams (the Lumia 920 is 10.7 mm thick and weighs 185 grams).
The Nokia Lumia 1020 was officially unveiled in New York at 23:00 on July 11, 2013. The Nokia Lumia 1020 features a 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ AMOLED touchscreen with NOKIA ClearBlack Display technology, Qualcomm S4 dual-core processor and 32GB ROM. The Lumia 1020 has a polycarbonate unibody, similar to the 920 on the front, with the back part of the light-sensitive element handled, giving it the "Oreo" name. The back part of the sensor is treated to give it the name "Oreo".
In August 2013, Nokia released the Nokia 515, a feature phone with the S40 platform. With an all-aluminum body and long standby time as its main selling points, the Nokia 515 incorporates Nokia's classic design and sophisticated features and was launched in the global market on September 16, 2013. The keyboard is made of hardened polycarbonate. Nokia described the 515 as "simply elegant" in its promotional video, and it is indeed beautiful. The price of the 515 was listed at $149 (excluding taxes and subsidies), with a domestic price of 899 RMB, which is more than the official price of a low-end smartphone like the Redmi.
On October 22, 2013, at Nokia World, they announced three cheap feature phones, Asha 500, Asha 502 and Asha 503. All three Asha series phones, with 3-inch screens and 320×240 pixel resolutions, have the so-called "crystal case" design (like a crystal case over the phone). "The Asha 500, 502 and 503 are almost identical in appearance, with only slight differences in the camera area on the back cover, and they are also very similar in configuration, with the only difference being that the Asha 500 has a 2 megapixel camera, the Asha 502 and 503 have a 5 megapixel Asha 500 and 502 only support 2G network, while Asha 503 supports 3G network.
Nokia's Lumia Icon, released in February '14, was a very popular smartphone, but unfortunately, the Icon was exclusively customized by U.S. carrier Verizon, and many consumers therefore did not have access to the device. The Lumia 930 has a metal frame, a slightly curved, colored polycarbonate plastic back cover, and a curved edge to the screen. Nokia.
On February 24, 2014, Nokia launched the Android-based Nokia X software platform and the first three models of the Nokia X series, namely Nokia X, X+ and XL, all of which are positioned in the low-end market and are powered by the 1GHz Qualcomm 200 dual-core, with 512MB of running memory for the Nokia X and 768MB for the Nokia X+ and XL. The Nokia X and X+ had 4-inch screens and the XL had a 5-inch screen, both with a resolution of 480 x 800. However, compared to Android phones in the same price range, the Nokia X series is still relatively obvious in terms of configuration disadvantage.
On April 2, 2014, the first dual-SIM Nokia Lumia 630 smartphone made a stunning appearance at the Microsoft Build 2014 developer conference. Lumia 630 is also the first Nokia Lumia smartphone to support dual-SIM after Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia, with a 4.5-inch display, and will also have a slightly different partner, the 4G LTE network-enabled The Lumia 630 and 635 have the same shape and similar configuration, with a 4.5-inch 480 x 854 resolution screen and a 1.2GHz Qualcomm 400 quad-core processor. the Lumia 630 and 635 are essentially Nokia's last works for the low-end market.
On June 24, 2014, the second generation of Nokia X series Nokia X2 was officially released compared to the previous Nokia X series first generation models, Nokia X2 generation has 5 major changes, including a new added Home button, full lamination ClearBlack pleasing screen display, similar to the Asha 502 jelly ice shell (coat a transparent shell), using a new UI of the Nokia X software platform 2.0 running memory also increased to 1GB RAM. The Nokia X2 generation was listed at 99 euros (799 yuan in China), but in terms of configuration, the Nokia X2 generation has no advantage compared to domestic models of the same price.
On August 11, 2014, Microsoft Devices Division announced the new entry phone Nokia 130. nokia 130 is a feature phone released by Microsoft Nokia that focuses on ultra-long stay, music and cheap features. The phone has a built-in video player, music player, FM radio and flashlight, etc. The Nokia 130 has a 1.8-inch VGA display, Series 30+ operating system, microSD expansion card support, storage space up to 32GB, 1020mAh battery capacity, supports 13 hours of 2G calls, and after a full charge, can The Nokia 130 is listed at only 19 euros (RMB 157), making it quite popular in the low-end market with its super low price.
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