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Nokia used to be a tech giant with the majority of the share holder in the mobile phone market globally. However, things are no longer the same for the company and is currently working on getting back to the same stature it once was.

Nokia is a Finnish telecom, IT and consumer electronics company founded in 1865. Nokia has contributed a lot in the mobile industry, including the development of GSM, 3G and 4G LTE. Nokia has operated in over 100 countries, including Pakistan. Nokia mobile in Pakistan ...Read more

Nokia used to be a tech giant with the majority of the share holder in the mobile phone market globally. However, things are no longer the same for the company and is currently working on getting back to the same stature it once was.

Nokia is a Finnish telecom, IT and consumer electronics company founded in 1865. Nokia has contributed a lot in the mobile industry, including the development of GSM, 3G and 4G LTE. Nokia has operated in over 100 countries, including Pakistan. Nokia mobile in Pakistan used to be the favorite of the masses and every 9 phone out of 10 used to be a Nokia. In the early 2000s, 3310 and 1100 were selling like hot cakes and sales was touching sky high. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that Nokia mobile price in Pakistan was one of the major reasons of its success in the country as it offered affordable options for the consumers.

Nokia was experiencing success already and the launch of Symbian OS powered smartphones paved the way for the company’s greater stronghold in the mobile market. Nokia Series 60 and the N Series of Smartphones were some of the best that the company came up with. Nokia 6600, N95, N70 and N73 were some of the critically acclaimed Smartphones of that time. The best part about them that was the price tag. They were not priced in such a way where certain people could only buy it.

By the late 2000s, Nokia started feeling the heat and things started to get out of the hands. Android and iOS were getting all the limelight and Nokia was falling behind. In early 2011, Nokia joined hands of Microsoft and then came the Windows phone. Even partnering with Microsoft couldn’t save the mobile division of the company and was eventually purchased by the latter.

Microsoft later sold the Nokia branded feature phone business to another company called HMD Global. The company understood the market needs and iterated that it will be coming with the Android powered Smartphones. Nokia 6, Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 were the first ones to be announced.

 

Nokia 6 is a midrange smartphone from Nokia and comes with some of the best packed features and specs that you can find. Nokia 6 comes with the 5.5 inches full HD IPS display with 403 pixels per inch. The display is protected by Corning’s Gorilla Glass 3, which means excellent durability. Nokia 6 is powered by Snapdragon 430 chipset, Adreno 505 GPU and 3GB of RAM along with 32 GB of storage with the option of SD card to expand it.

 

It also comes with a 16 MP primary and 8 MP secondary camera. The primary comes with dual LED flash and can capture some very good images in bright and dark conditions. It has a 3000 mAh non removable  battery, which can last about a day of normal use. Nokia 6 in Pakistan is available at HomeShopping Pakistan at an unmatched price.

Nokia 3310 is also one of the phones that Nokia has recently launched and has made some additions to make it worthy of using in today’s time. The new 3310 has a 2 MP camera, colored screen and still has ‘Snake’ – The game. Nokia 3310 in Pakistan can be found on homeshopping Pakistan at a very attractive price. Nokia has kept one thing the same from the past is their affordable price tag. Nokia mobile price in Pakistan is quite well within the range of the masses. Homeshopping Pakistan is one of the best and reliable online stores in the country. In order to buy Nokia mobiles in Pakistan, there is no better place to buy than homeshopping Pakistan.

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