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The Nokia 7110 was the first mobile phone to run Series 40 [1] and to come with a WAP browser. [2] It was announced in February 1999 and released in October 1999. [3]

The Nokia 71** series of cellphones in general featured a special, navi-roller button. [4] It was considered to be one of the first true media phones with WAP and messaging capabilities. [5]

The 7110 was Nokia's second handset with a sliding cover that could be used to answer and terminate voice calls. As with the 8110 before, with the cover deployed, the microphone was brought closer to the user's mouth, improving the clarity of the voice reception. New to the 7110 was a spring-powered release mechanism, which would release the cover when a small metal catch on the rear of the handset was depressed. The cover could also be opened manually.

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After the sale of its mobile phone business, Nokia began to focus more extensively on its telecommunications infrastructure business, marked by the divestiture of its Here Maps division, its foray in virtual reality , and the acquisitions of French telecommunications company Alcatel-Lucent and digital health maker Withings in 2016, [11] [12] whilst the Nokia name will return to the mobile phone market through HMD Global .

Nokia has a long history, dating back to 1865 when Fredrik Idestam , a mining engineer, established a pulp mill near the town of Tampere , Finland (then in the Russian Empire ). A second pulp mill was opened in 1868 near the nearby town of Nokia . In 1871, Idestam, together with friend Leo Mechelin , formed a shared company and called it Nokia , after the site of the second pulp mill. For the next 90 years, Nokia was a forest products and power industry company, with activities such as electricity generation .

In 1922, Nokia entered into a partnership with Finnish Cable Works ( Suomen Kaapelitehdas , formed in 1917) and Finnish Rubber Works ( Suomen Gummitehdas , formed in 1898). Finnish Cable Works manufactured telephone and electrical cables , whereas Finnish Rubber Works made galoshes and other rubber products. Nokia made respirators for both civilian and military use, from the 1930s well into the early 1990s. [13]

The Nokia 7110 was the first mobile phone to run Series 40 [1] and to come with a WAP browser. [2] It was announced in February 1999 and released in October 1999. [3]

The Nokia 71** series of cellphones in general featured a special, navi-roller button. [4] It was considered to be one of the first true media phones with WAP and messaging capabilities. [5]

The 7110 was Nokia's second handset with a sliding cover that could be used to answer and terminate voice calls. As with the 8110 before, with the cover deployed, the microphone was brought closer to the user's mouth, improving the clarity of the voice reception. New to the 7110 was a spring-powered release mechanism, which would release the cover when a small metal catch on the rear of the handset was depressed. The cover could also be opened manually.