A lot of us are used to the Nokia name, but what if you’ve never heard of it before?
If you’ve got a Nokia-branded phone, we’ve got you covered.
You’ve probably heard of the Finnish phone maker’s phone, the Nokia N9, and you may also have heard the company’s name.
The Finnish company started as a hardware manufacturer in the 1960s and has been a manufacturer of smartphones since 1994.
Nokia is still a household name in Finland, and is widely regarded as the most popular mobile phone brand in the country.
Although Nokia has a very long and illustrious history, the N9 is a product of the 1980s.
In the 1980’s, Nokia sold about 1.5 million phones a year.
By 2000, Nokia was selling about 2.5m phones a month.
This was largely because of the success of the Nokia Symbian operating system.
Over the next decade, the company saw strong growth in its business.
Despite the success, Nokia had a tough time making a profit.
Between 2007 and 2013, Nokia lost $1.1 billion.
However, Nokia managed to turn its fortunes around by selling off a significant amount of its Nokia assets.
During this period, Nokia continued to focus on the development of its mobile phone business and it was a success, although the company suffered a large loss in 2016.