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Nokia - The beginning of mobile communication


In the 1960s, when car phones were the only way to use mobile communications, the Finnish company Nokia signed into the business. The Mobira Talkman was the first non-car phone in 1984 from Nokia. A US magazine advert for the Nokia 101 back in 1992 said: ,,The Japanese made the smallest, the Americans made the lightest, but the Finns made the best". It is true that they made some of the most usable mobile phones of the 80s, 90s and 2000s, so it's hard to disagree with it, because Nokia made the best use of the technology of the time and was always anticipating trends and making new markets. Because of the young designers of nokia, they were able to produce phones that were cool as well as usable, top business accessories and fashionable consumer products. With the Nokia 8110 which starred in ,,the Matrix'' they entered the premium phone business as well and pioneering the smart phone concept with the winner of What Cellphone's most innovative phone of 1997, the 9000i Communicator.


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