Ever wondered where did the name Nokia come from? Nokia was named after the town Nokia and the river of Nokianvirta which was right beside the factory in which the productions first began. Pretty original, right?
A question, related to Nokia that arises in everyone’s minds is about its origins because we have all utilized the use of Nokia phones quite extensively in the past. Nokia was originally founded in Finland, back in 1865, by Fredrick Idestam, Leo Mechelin, and Eduard Polon.
The journey of Nokia has been quite steady in the past and also had the largest market share in the mobile industry. However, around 2007, Nokia faced issues to compete with the rising competition against other growing brands such as Apple, etc. The main reason behind this difficulty was their use of inferior technology in comparison to the innovative technologies used by the other brands, and there due to their lack of acceptance towards the growing revolutions that the consumers were slowly getting used to.
However, Nokia has been able to successfully re-enter the market with equally competitive phones of modern times and has victoriously re-captured the attention of the consumers. Their strong comeback has impressed consumers and has attracted them to once again actively purchase Nokia mobiles, which has so far worked greatly in their favor.
What is Nokia Known For?
These days as cyber threats are becoming more menacing than ever, consumers are always in search of phones that guarantee fully-fledged security systems that can be trusted upon. Moreover, durability is a certain factor that every brand is trying to excel in, as it's one of those features that users value the most because everyone wants phones that last for a healthy time. Hence, such crucial features are present in Nokia mobiles as research proves that Nokia mobiles lead the ranking given based on software, security updates, and build quality. This is ensured by their usage of high-quality materials in the production of phones which make the Nokia mobiles resistant to drop impacts, fatigue, scratches, moisture, and liquids. Moreover, Nokia mobiles are given regular software and security updates that allow all Nokia smartphones to retain and increase their value over a period of time.
Nokia Mobile Price in Pakistan
Nokia's new phones are generally priced at an affordable level as their main concern is to increase their market share as much as possible. Hence, their latest technologies can be acquired by consumers from all economic backgrounds. However, with Nokia’s latest launch they are officially attempting to enter the flagship category.
The Flagship Phone
This is the Nokia 8.3 5G, which is priced at a solid 114,699 rupees only. This phone’s main focus relies on its high-quality camera and 5G connectivity. This means Nokia 8.3 introduces a ZEISS cinematic camera mode that allows users crisp videos and also has multiple filters that can allow the user to customize the feel of the video as per their desire and taste. Moreover, the addition of 5G allows users to connect and interact with their friends and family worldwide with extreme ease and flexibility. And lastly, Nokia has also ensured continuous software and security updates for up to two years, which will allow the value of Nokia 8.3 5G to increase over the period of time.
The Mid-ranged Phones
This phone is priced at 38,099 rupees. This phone has a very attractive camera setup that allows it to stand out amongst the other competitor's generic horizontal and vertical camera positioning. Moreover, the phone acquires the use of Snapdragon 660 processor, which for its price, is a very processor that will allow users to have a relatively smooth operating experience.
This phone can be obtained at the retail price of 35,990 rupees. Simply put, this phone is quite impressive according to the features it provides at such a nominal price, Nokia 8 provides a chipset of Snapdragon 880, which is tested to be incredibly powerful and highly resistant to heavy phone usage. Moreover, it also obtains a built-in 64/128GB along with 4/6GB RAM. Which will allow users to store a great deal of data quite easily.