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Nokia Black Mobile and Smart Phones

Available in a huge selection of models, Nokia black mobile and smartphones are functional and reliable handsets.

Types of Nokia phones

Depending on the type of phone you go for and the model, Nokia mobile and smart phones are available with various operating systems, including Android, Asha Platform and Windows Mobile.

All Nokia phones have their own features and functions which make them stand out. From high-quality cameras, MP3 players to fingerprint sensors, if there is a particular feature you are looking for then the you will be able to find the right mobile phone model.

Nokia mobiles and smart phones also come in bundle options with a car charger, extra battery and screen protectors. These packages are very useful as you won't have to buy all the contents separately.

A mobile phone is the Nokia N76 which has a flip format and is available in both black and red. The overall size of the N76 means that the inside screen and number pad are both quite large in size, making the number pad especially comfortable to use. It is not as modern as current smartphone ranges, however if you use your phone mainly for calls and texts it is the perfect, simple option.

The Nokia Lumia range, including the Nokia Lumia 800 , is fantastic and would be the ideal handset for someone who wants a more modern phone. The Lumia range of mobile devices is designed and marketed by Microsoft Mobile and previously by Nokia themselves. This range was introduced in November 2011 and most of the smartphones run the Windows Phone operating system on them.

About the Nokia Brand

Founded in Finnish in 1865, Nokia is a multinational communications and information technology company. The company has been part of various industries throughout is time and it was in the 80's when Nokia created their first fully portable mobile phone. From 1998 to 2012, Nokia was the largest vendor of mobile phones in the world, which included some of the early smartphones too.

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