Nokia is a Finnish telecommunications company known for its iconic mobile phones.
Founded in 1865, Nokia began as a pulp mill before expanding into various industries, including electronics and telecommunications in the 1960s.
By the 1990s, Nokia was the world’s leading mobile phone company, thanks to its user-friendly design, robust battery life, and durable build.
The introduction of the Nokia 3310 in 2000 solidified its popularity, becoming one of the best-selling mobile phones of all time.
However, as the smartphone industry developed, Nokia struggled to keep up, leading to a decline in sales and revenue.
In 2014, Microsoft acquired Nokia’s mobile phone business, though the brand still exists today, generating revenue through licensing agreements and its modern smartphones.
Despite its decline, Nokia remains a nostalgic brand with a loyal fanbase, known for its durability and reliability.