Nokia was one of the largest mobile phone manufacturer in the world till mid-2000s. The company was widely applauded and appreciated as the single most technologically advanced and quality oriented company. The Nokia 1100 feature phone still holds the record for the most sale volume in history. Nokia 3310 was yet another massively popular mobile phone known for its built quality and durability.
Over time, Nokia mobiles lost path in smartphone manufacturing to the likes of Apple and Samsung. The demise of Nokia mobile phones was largely attributed to their slow and hesitant behavior in shifting to Android OS. Nokia mobiles relied originally on their own SYMBIAN OS, which was no match for the Android or iOS. Eventually, Nokia mobile phones was acquired by Microsoft in 2014.
After the acquisition, Nokia released Windows OS based smartphone series, which didn’t receive much attention of customers. In 2016, a Finnish startup, HMD global acquired licensing rights of Nokia smartphones and has launched Android based smartphone line.
Nokia Android lineup has received mix response from customers worldwide. In Iceland, Nokia mobiles have seen a relative rising in its sales for its android devices. The latest Nokia 7 and Nokia 8 series are getting much attention of mobile phone users in Iceland. The Nokia 8 series is available with all major carriers in Iceland, which have helped boost its sales in major Iceland's cities including Akranes, Akureyri, Keflavik, Reykjavik, and Selfoss etc. Nokia smartphones are available with price tag ranging from ISK200 to ISK500.
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