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's strategic nomenclature can be traced back in 2005 when the line was launched, offering devices with flagship specifications and premium hardware at various price points. These devices were considered the "bread and butter" of the company and were often positioned to showcase their latest technologies. Thanks to the newfound consumer and enterprise interest in smartphones at the time, the company introduced four additional collections to diversify their product portfolio and meet demands in most market segments. These new phone series were named , targeting small business and enterprise customers;, providing consumer-grade multimedia-focused devices;, which Nokia used to target both the low-end and mid-range market segments; and , for devices exclusive to the Chinese market.

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Nokia Nseries

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Nokia Nseries was a multimedia smartphone and tablet product family that served as the company's flagship portfolio. It was aimed at users looking to pack as many features as possible into one device.

  • is one of the first products successfully launched from the series. It has introduced a sliding camera cover on its rear view, protecting the and triggers the camera feature when opened, which was later used in other phones created by Nokia. 2- with , , , media viewing and support for 2.0 are also the notable features offered by this device.
  • is a phone in clamshell form factor, mostly recommended for consumers who search for enhanced ergonomics due to its button arrangement. It supports SMS, , and , Internet browsing, Bluetooth wireless technology, among many other features. Like the Nokia N70, it has a 2-megapixel camera. To connect with PC, it uses the proprietary Pop-Port medium.
  • is a stylish Nseries device that comes in two designs: gloss black and pearl pink. It only runs through the network, and has no front-facing camera. The device takes from Nokia N70's design cues.
  • is one of the range's best-selling smartphones. Apart from the more compact design, it also has improved its camera compared to the Nokia N72, packing 3.2-megapixels with lens. It is capable of video calling, and was the first device to be termed the "multimedia computer." The camera is praised for taking sharp, clear and crisp photos.

List of Eseries devices

The Nokia Eseries (stands for Executive) consists of business-oriented smartphones, with emphasis on enhanced connectivity and support for corporate e-mail push services. These phones are for the enterprise market.

The list may also include upcoming devices or others that are previously intended to be a part of the series, but was scrapped or renamed due to Nokia's number-only naming change. These are the phones included in the series:

  • is a phone intended primarily for the corporate business market. It includes sophisticated e-mail support for , , and .
  • is one of the leaner enterprise devices from the phone-maker. One of the main highlights of the phone is the multiple one-touch dedicated buttons for email, contacts and calendar applications. These keys are also customizable, recognizing short and long presses.
  • is an Eseries device with a longer battery life, for consumers looking for an enterprise phone that is well-built and does not drain quickly. The phone can also serve as a data through the use of wireless technology.
  • Nokia E55 is a mobile phone for business use, intended to be compact, yet suitable for writing e-mails and other longer texts. This is done via a so-called compact keyboard with two characters per key. Designwise, the Nokia E55 is almost exactly identical to its twin, the , and both phones feature exactly the same specifications. The only difference lies in their keypad layout.
  • is a traditional style smartphone from the Eseries business phone range, a S60 3rd Edition device. The phone had SIP (VoIP) and Wi-Fi support and a unique high resolution display. E60 distinctly had no camera. This is one of the first Eseries devices to be announced.
  • is a business device initially for the European market, but then later released worldwide. It follows the form factor of 's devices and offers many work-related features.
  • is a follow-up to the featuring a 2-megapixel camera and D-pad instead of a .
  • boasts a vibrant and sharp screen, a full QWERTY keyboard, and a full array of wireless options (Bluetooth, ). The Symbian smartphone also has solid call quality, a speakerphone, the ability to view and edit documents, and robust e-mail capabilities.
  • offers a more wallet-friendly price tag compared with other unlocked smartphones and does so without sacrificing too many features. It offers a full QWERTY keyboard and full e-mail capabilities. The Symbian smartphone has integrated , Bluetooth, and support.
  • has a beautiful and compact slider design, and features a 2-megapixel camera, e-mail, and productivity apps. It also offers good call quality and solid talk time battery life, and has Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
  • includes an which brings animations and effects. It is a complete redesign of the .
  • is a candybar/fold keyboard type smartphone from the Eseries range, announced in October 2005 and released in May 2006 at a cost of approximately 0 with prices in July 2007 around 5.
  • is one of the best-selling Eseries devices to date. It features optimized mobile email and messaging experience with full QWERTY keyboard and pocket-size for one-handed typing, two customizable homescreen views with active stand-by plug-ins and application shortcuts – fast and easy switching between Business and Personal modes, quick access to applications with one-touch keys (Home, Calendar, Contacts, Messaging), intelligent input with auto-completion, auto-correction and learning capabilities ensuring fast and error-free typing and a lot more. The phone won several accolades from respected technology blogs and events including , Consumer Awards, and Awards 2009.
  • is the thinnest smartphone available on before the arrival of Apple's . The phone is affordably priced and offers a long list of features, including 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, , and a 3.2-megapixel camera, as well as support for AT&T's various services. The QWERTY smartphone is very sleek with high-quality construction, clad in "metal black" color.
  • with free navigation is a high-performance device tailor-made for seamless business and personal communication. It takes cues from its predecessor, the and has an improved look of the user interface.
  • Nokia E72i is a China-only handset made specifically to cater services offered in that region. It also replaced with , as it is the standard network available in that country. Most of the features found on the original were retained.
  • is a exclusive offering from Nokia. The pre-installed provides free turn-by-turn navigation. It combines the features of and , to appeal to the market.
  • is a feature phone being a successor to the Nokia E73 including standard features likr mobile email, calendar and instant messaging among many others with 2G and 3G network services.
  • ships with Nokia's new messaging client, which features push delivery for all accounts. Other highlights include 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a 3.2-megapixel camera. On front, you will find a 2.4-inch, 16 million-color QVGA display. It's a good size screen considering the smaller chassis, and it's quite sharp and vibrant. In addition, it features a light sensing technology that adjusts the display's brightness depending on what environment you are in. As always, you can customize the homescreen with various themes, wallpaper, and change the font size. Also, like the Nokia E71, you can switch between two different home views depending on whether you are at work or play. In Business mode, the phone gives you immediate access to your e-mail and productivity apps, while switching to the Personal view will bring recreational features, like the media player, N-Gage games, to the forefront.
  • is equipped with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and GPS, and has a solid set of productivity and communication features for the business user. The Symbian smartphone also has a full QWERTY keyboard and 3.2-megapixel camera. The Nokia E90 does not support U.S. 3G networks, and speakerphone volume is a bit weak. The handset is also heavy and bulky.
  • features (instant messenger) that allows access to several chat services or communities simultaneously.
Live Camera view of Nokia E6's 8 Mega-Pixel Camera
  • is one of the first two smartphones to be released with the software update. It includes 50+ enhancements to the operating system, and a new set of icons. It is a compact QWERTY and touch device for business and general users who must get things done while they are on the move.
  • boasts Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync support alongside a luscious 4-inch touchscreen display, which uses Nokia’s ClearBlack technology for improved outdoor visibility. The Nokia E7 also comes with a slide out four-row QWERTY keyboard making it the ideal mobile business device. Despite the addition of a full keyboard, the E7 is only a smidge deeper than the Nokia N8 at 13.6mm thin. The device also boasts an 8-megapixel snapper and comes complete with 16 GB of on-board storage. As a business device, the Nokia E7 comes sporting a raft of security features including business grade device lock and wipe functionality, secure intranet access and remote device management. These come alongside its connectivity and productivity prowess, with support for Mail for Exchange, Microsoft Communicator Mobile and Microsoft Share Point Server.

List of Xseries devices

Not to be confused with .

Nokia Xseries (stands for Xpress) is more for younger users. Most of the phones included in the line are feature phones and smartphones that include features focusing social entertainment and music with special dedicated keys, inbuilt storage and other facilities. It succeeded the brand of phones.

The list may also include upcoming devices or others that are previously intended to be a part of the series, but was scrapped or renamed due to Nokia's number-only naming change. These are the phones included in the series:

  • Nokia X1 is a basic cellular phone with focus on music and entertainment, running on Nokia's platform. The phone offers up to five separate phonebooks, a flashlight and one of the first S30 devices to have a dedicated music player.
  • Nokia X1-01 is a dual- offering from Nokia that aims to connect "the next billion." The device features a dual-standby interface, that allows the user to use both SIMs on the phone at the same time. The phone also has dedicated music player, and a speaker on the back which can deliver up to 106 .
  • Nokia X2 packs dual speakers, dedicated music keys, stereo and support for up to 16 GB of storage via card make for a nifty mobile music device. Bluetooth 2.1 is supported for wireless music enjoyment whilst hardcore music fans can opt for the 3.5mm headphone jack. Full speed USB 2.0 makes music transfer quick and easy and music can be managed via the Ovi Player PC client or Windows Media Player 11. There was two models namely X2-00, X2-02.
  • Nokia X2-01 offers one-click access to music, the media player, FM radio and the Ovi Music service, for unlimited access to a vast library of tunes. It is a cheap featurephone running on operating system.
  • Nokia X2-03 is the Chinese release of the Nokia X2-01, featuring improvements in its keypad and support for Chinese characters like Pinyin and .
  • Nokia X2-05 comes with a 106-phon speaker, enabling superb audio volume and quality. It can also play MP3 and MP4 files, FM radio with recording capabilities and a VGA camera.
  • is the first device to be compatible with the Ovi Store. It is a phone in a sliding form factor that offers great music quality, a 3.2-megapixel camera, a diminutive frame and 2.2-inch screen.
  • Nokia X3-01 is a Chinese specific release, which supports the country's / wireless technology. The phone has a 2.4-inch -display, FM radio, 3.5mm headset jack, 3.2-megapixel camera with flash and support for a number of specific services in China.
  • offers both a touch screen and a traditional 12-button keypad. It is also the world's first mobile phone to run the 6th Edition operating system, optimized for slate devices. It is one of Nokia’s thinnest devices: it’s 9.6mm deep, 106mm tall, 48mm wide and weighs just 78g. The brushed aluminium finish and choice of five colors are also likely to appeal to fashion-conscious mobilists.
  • is a smartphone running S60, released in China only, under . It makes use of the network.
  • features excellent sound quality, dedicated music keys and loud speakers, and will include access to Ovi Music, and to Comes with Music in some regions. There is a full QWERTY keyboard under the dashboard, ready to deliver Tweets, status updates and text messages at your convenience. The device supports all the major IM and webmail services out of the box and also offers easy access to major social networking sites (Facebook, Twitter, Myspace and ). The camera offers 5 megapixels, 4x digital zoom and an LED flash.
  • features about 16 days standby time, a 5-megapixel camera and optics, dual LED flash, TV-out, video editing, online sharing, Nokia Music Store, full Web browser, , Ovi Maps, Playlist DJ and Flash Lite support.
  • offers a unique and durable design that will stand out from the crowd, due to it being made from toughened glass and seamless stainless steel. The 4-inch, capacitive display offers 16 million colors and a resolution of 640 x 360 pixels. It is also one of the first phones to have .
  • Nokia X500 is a Symbian smartphone carrying a 1 GHz processor and the Anna version of the operating system. The phone has colorful exchangeable covers and a 5-megapixel camera. Split-screen messaging, Internet radio, support for a variety of languages and better battery performance were also added to the device.
  • Nokia X600 is the first smartphone from Nokia to feature a 106 phon, fully functional speaker. The phone features a curved back design available in colors green, pink, white and black, mostly seen from their earlier music devices; it allows better ergonomics and one-hand typing. The Nokia X600 comes with a pentaband radio, and supports 3G data rates up to HSUPA standards, as well as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. After careful consideration, the phone was cancelled a day before its release, possibly because of the production of the Nokia Windows Phones.

List of Cseries devices

Nokia Cseries (stands for Core) is what Nokia calls their "core" range of products, offering different phones from low-end to high-end for various markets.

The list may also include upcoming devices or others that are previously intended to be a part of the series, but was scrapped or renamed due to Nokia's number-only naming change. These are the phones included in the series:

  • Nokia C1 has space for and allows the owner to switch between them easily. It also includes a powerful, long-lasting battery, FM radio and torch.
  • Nokia C1-01 offers e-mail, instant messaging services, the Internet and Nokia's Ovi Life Tools.
  • Nokia C1-02 has a music player with support for up to 32 GB of expandable memory.
  • Nokia C1-03 is a Chinese-specific release combining all the features of with deep integration of traditional Chinese characters and .
  • is a dual-SIM variant of the Nokia C1-01, offering the same feature set with the addition of Easy Swap.
  • Nokia C2-01 gives the user the freedom to get the latest news, check e-mails and keep up with social networks with a 3G connection.
  • is a Touch and Type offering from Nokia, with a single SIM card slot and a sliding form factor. The phone includes a re-hashed Nokia Browser (formerly ) and an offline-available version of Nokia Maps.
  • is a dual-SIM variant of the Nokia C2-02, offering the same feature set with the addition of Easy Swap.
  • Nokia C2-05 comes with the new Nokia Browser and Nokia Store, enabling seamless integration of online activities. The phone runs on Series 40, and comes with a camera with digital zoom and full-screen viewfinder.
  • Nokia C2-06 is a dual-SIM phone with a 2.6” touch screen and a slide-out keypad. The phone also uses the swiping feature similar to that of Nokia N9.
  • has Wi-Fi, and social network features.
  • lets you flip through photos or browse Web pages on the touch screen and type using the keypad. Supports social networking, e-mail and chat services. The phone has a compact design, and stainless steel casing.
  • come with a 3.2-megapixel camera (5-megapixel, respectively). The Nokia C5 5 MP (also C5-00.2) is the latest release of the Nokia C5-00 smartphone, offering the same feature set and appearance as its original version, but with more and higher camera resolution.
  • Nokia C5-01 is a phone for TD-SCDMA. It runs S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2 on Symbian OS 9.3 and features a 5-megapixel camera and stainless steel materials. It supports for a number of services including 139 Mailbox, Fetion IM, MM-Ovi Store and a range of pre-loaded content.
  • Nokia C5-02 is China Telecom's offering with 2.6-inch QVGA resolution 260,000 color TFT screen.
  • is one of the last few releases of Nokia under the operating system as they move to , and further releases. It is also a budget touchscreen smartphone with Wi-Fi from the Cseries that was released in December 2010. The phone has Shazam music identification software and social networking services included or available for download.
  • is a specific device featuring touchscreen running on operating system with HD voice. It also features a 2-megapixel camera.
  • is a downgraded variant of the Nokia C5-03, more for younger users. The features were retained, except for the camera which is downgraded to 2 megapixels, similar to the Canadian version.
  • is a device similar to the , but lacks connectivity.
  • is another variant of , subsidized to European networks.
  • is a device with a similar form factor to and . With a 3.2-inch HD touchscreen display and a slide out four-row QWERTY keyboard. Also with 5-megapixel camera.
  • is a fully functional communicator with support for 3G and Wi-Fi on board. It also has a 3.2-inch AMOLED capacative touch-screen ClearBlack display. The Nokia C6-01 is also one of Nokia’s greenest devices to date, featuring the use of and recycled metals for much of its construction.
  • offers a full-touch glass display with social network integration, thousands of offerings from the Ovi Store, customizable homescreens and 8-megapixel camera with HD video recording.
  • is 's version of offering the same features, with the sudden addition of Wi-Fi calling.
  • is a Nokia C7 made entirely of three luxurious and precious materials—, leather and 18- gold. It also features an 8-megapixel camera plus a headset, the , which is a unique wireless headset with superior sound quality. It comes pre-loaded with a specially-customized operating system, giving a theme that blends with the color of the handset. The phone will be made available only in select markets.
  • Nokia C100 is a basic cellular phone featuring FM radio, flashlight, calendar, alarm clock and a grid-based menu system.
  • Nokia C603 is a Symbian Belle device for the lower end of the market. The OS has up to six home screens and a range of widgets that can be placed in any combination the user chooses. The browser is four times faster than that found on previous Symbian versions, and offers enhanced compatibility with modern Web standards.
  • is the smallest smartphone at the time of its launch. It carries a 3.2" AMOLED display, NFC capabilities, and the first device to use the Symbian Belle operating system update. Home screens are designed to be more personalized, often compared to user interface.
  • offers a high-resolution display using Nokia's proprietary ClearBlack technology with LCD. It is one of the first three devices to carry the Symbian Belle operating system, and is armed with a 1 GHz processor. The phone supports embedded NFC, customizable widgets, informative lock screen and is similar to in appearance.
  • Nokia C1000 is a Chinese-specific mobile phone, for the lower part of the market and includes Ovi Life Tools. It runs on Series 30, and can play music through its MP3 player.
  • Nokia C1010 is a China-only mobile phone, offering dual-SIM ability and Easy Swap. It is made for emerging cities and provinces, where mobile phones are usually shared within a family or community. It offers MP3 player, Pinyin compatibility and Ovi Life Tools. It runs on the Series 30 operating system.

List of Zseries devices

Nokia Zseries (stands for Zuper) is supposed to be Nokia's MeeGo tablet series. Originally intended to be released in 2010 and early 2011, the tablets were cancelled for unknown reasons. Only a product name has been revealed from the Ovi Store in November 2010.

The list may also include upcoming devices or others that are previously intended to be a part of the series, but was scrapped or renamed due to Nokia's number-only naming change. These are the tablets included in the series:

  • Nokia Z500 is the sole representative of the series, at least as leaked, and was shown on the Ovi Store in November 2010. It was removed a few days later, leading speculations that the tablet will be postponed. The tablet runs on a native version of the MeeGo operating system, and is packed with an ARM chip. On a film called , the tablet was shown being used during a meeting in ENCOM Inc., by one of the movie's characters. However, Eldar Murtazin tweeted that the tablet was to be cancelled due to the falling off of agreements between the carrier's pricing of the device, particularly . Several demo videos appeared on video-sharing site YouTube, containing details on how the device works and how to use it. Only one picture of the device has been known to exist as of the moment, and was captured inside Nokia's mobile development office by an unknown employee. Patent applications for the said device have been gathered from the FCC files on March 2011, and since then, nothing was heard from Nokia Z500 anymore.

List of Tseries devices

Nokia Tseries (stands for Time) is a China-specific line of phones, made to cater services offered in China where most technologies and Web features are disabled or replaced by the country's proprietary inventions. For instance, most of the phones offered in this series would include the and networks which are dominant in that marketplace. The line was launched on 13 June 2011 in the Chinese version of the Nokia Conversations blog.

The list may also include upcoming devices. These are the phones included in the series:

  • Nokia T7 is the first smartphone offered in the Tseries line, featuring a shell with less specifications. Instead of a 12-megapixel shooter, the camera was modified to only 8 megapixels, but still offers high quality picture-taking and HD video recording. It is notable that the is now gone, and the network that the phone supports are and .
  • Nokia T702 is a China-only handset, similar to the design of the but with larger keys and apps suitable for the country. It also has deep integration of Chinese characters and special networking sites intended for that region. It is available to only and will be offered in a modified Symbian Anna operating system.[153]

List of Aseries devices

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The Nokia Aseries (stands for Asha, which means hope), is a feature-phone line introduced by Nokia during Nokia World 2011. The phones in the series are for developing markets, and more for younger users, for messaging and connectivity.

The list may also include upcoming devices. These are the phones included in the series:

  • Nokia A200 is a QWERTY featurephone, with dual-SIM capability and Easy Swap, enabling the user to change SIM cards without having to turn off the device. SIM manager has also been added in order to manage different profiles for different SIM cards inserted on the phone.
  • Nokia A201 is a single SIM version of the aforementioned device. It is for music fans, with listening time of up to 7 hours and storage capacity of 32 GB.
  • Nokia A300 is Nokia's Series 40 offering that combines a keypad and a touchscreen. The phone has 1 GHz processor, 3G connectivity and preloaded with , the first time the game has been offered on non-smartphones.
  • is a phone with QWERTY keypad input and a touchscreen. Armed with 1 GHz processor, upgraded Nokia Browser, 2.6-inch touchscreen, and Nokia Store. Apps are readily available for download. The phone is said to break the line between featurephones and smartphones.
  • Nokia A2000 is a China-specific featurephone with a QWERTY keypad. It supports storage of up to 32 GB through the use of microSD cards.
  • Nokia A2010 is a Chinese-only phone modeled after Nokia Asha 201 (or A201) featuring a QWERTY keypad and Asian language support.
  • Nokia A3000 is a touchscreen and keypad phone, for China only. It is modeled after the Nokia Asha 300 (or A300). The only difference found is the inclusion of Chinese language support.
  • Nokia A3030 is a touchscreen and QWERTY keypad phone, for Chinese countries. It is modeled after Nokia Asha 303 (or A303). Aside from the Chinese language support, it also has compatibility with Angry Birds, a 1 GHz processor and dedicated music buttons.

List of Lseries devices

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The Nokia Lseries (stands for Lumia, which means light) is a series of smartphones, originally made by Nokia and using the operating system, and officially unveiled at Nokia World 2011. This was created through an exclusive partnership in February of that year, that will allow Nokia to use and modify 's mobile operating system. These devices come with a host of Nokia-exclusive services.

Microsoft purchased Nokia's Devices and Services division in April 2014, and since then the Lumia series has been manufactured exclusively by Microsoft's subsidiary , initially retaining Nokia branding but later dropped in favor of that of Microsoft.

The first generation of phones in the series include the , , , , and , all of which run . Subsequent generations use or . A full list of devices can be found at .

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