Cheap Haier RDE350AW 6-1/2 Cubic – We know Nokia as a telecommunications brand popular in all corners of the world, with its slogan Nokia: Connecting People. But little has been said and made public about its beginnings. With all the chic and high-end Nokia mobile phones available in the global market today, don’t we wonder when, where and how the brand started?
Taking a closer look at the official Nokia website, one will discover that the Nokia story started by making paper – way back in 1865 when Fredrik Idestam, a Finnish mining engineer, built a wood pulp mill on Southern Finland’s Tammerkoski rapids’ banks. A second mill was built a few years later, by the Nokianvitra river, and this was where Nokia got its name.
Between 1865 and 1967, major developments took place such as the founding of Finnish Rubber and Cable works, which later on formally merged to create the Nokia Corporation in 1967. The new corporation’s movement to mobile communications happened between 1968 and 1991. Iconic products such as the Mobira Talkman portable phone and Mobira Cityman (the first handheld phone) were introduced to the market. In 1991, another history was recorded: Finnish Prime Minister Harri Holkeri used a Nokia equipment to make the world’s first GSM call (GSM stands for Global System for Mobile communications, which is the European standard for digital mobile technology).
The years 1992 to 1999 saw Nokia just getting better and better, with the launching of the first GSM handset and Nokia tune, first satellite call, and the mobile phone Nokia 7110 being able to connect to the internet. Over the last decade up to the present, the story of Nokia continues with the launch of built-in camera and video capture feature, plus the invention of the 3G or “Third Generation” technology.
Mobile phones can do a lot more than just make calls with the 3G innovation. With latest mobile accessories & 3G, one can make video calls, download music, browse the web, and watch TV while mobile. These and so much other applications with just a click!
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