About Nokia mobiles
Once undisputed king of the mobile phone market, Nokia's star has fallen during the smartphone era, with Samsung, Apple and HTC grabbing the lion's share of the headlines. But Nokia continue to make some hugely impressive, feature-packed mobile phones
In 2013, the company was bought by Microsoft - the company behind the Windows Phone operating system. Now, unsurprisingly, the majority of Nokia's smartphones use Windows Phone, which means they're slick, easy to use and packed with genuinely interesting features like photo-manipulation tools, maps, Xbox Games, Skype, local area information, Microsoft Office, Facebook and Twitter integration and more.
Add some striking designs - Nokia makes some of the best-looking phones out there - and a variety of options to suit different budgets, and you can see why Nokia handsets are such an appealing option