Originally posted on Visual Capitalist on August 7, 2018
Just before the smartphone revolution, Nokia was by far the world’s most popular mobile handset manufacturer.
However, despite selling 250 million units of its two most popular block-shaped models in the mid-2000s, the Finnish company ended up being woefully late to the smartphone party. Not only was the company ill-equipped to match the iPhone and Blackberry in terms of technology and design features, but Nokia also failed to foresee how exponential advances in mobile connectivity would change how people ultimately used their devices.
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