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Affiliated to Mumbai University, Santacruz(E) Mumbai 400055

This is to certify that I have completed the Project titled Product and Services of Nokia in Public Night Degree College under the guidance of PRFF. A. Mirza in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of Degree of Bachelor of Management Study at Public Night Degree College Studies, Mumbai. This is an original piece of work & I have not submitted it earlier elsewhere.

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This is to certify that the project titled Product and Services of Nokia is an academic work done by Sudhir Singh submitted in the Degree of Bachelor of Management Study at Public Night Degree College Studies, Mumbai under my guidance & direction. To the best of my knowledge and belief the data & information presented by him in the project has not been submitted earlier.

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valuable help and the opportunity provided to me to complete the project under her guidance. I would like to thank my Project Guide Proff A.ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Success is an effort bounded activity that involves co-operation of all. It has been a great experience working on the Product and Services of Nokia.MIRZA for her immense guidance. Last but not the least. my gratitude to great almighty and my parents without whose concerned and devoted support the project would not have been the way it is today. I hereby take the opportunity to express my profound sense of gratitude and reverence to all those who have helped and encouraged me towards successful completion of the Project Report. . I would like to thank all faculty members of Public Night Degree College for guiding and supporting me in the completion of project from time to time. It gives me complete insight of this concept of marketing and its application.

Industry Profile • • • • • Chapter 2 .Conclusion Bibliography .TABLE OF CONTENTS Student undertaking Certificate Acknowledgement Chapter Scheme • Chapter 1 .Company Profile Chapter 3 .Products of Nokia and Sony Ericsson Chapter 4 .Comparison Between N Series and Walkman Series Chapter 6 .Research Methodology Chapter 5 .

Home to a clutch of global operators working with local companies. Driven by cheap call rates.Chapter 1 Industry Profile Growth in India's mobile sector.01 a minute and by offering cheap handsets. from a humble start in the mid-1990s. India's mobile market finished in the 2010 year strongly with over 233 million subscribers in the sector according to the telecom regulator's figures which cover GSM. CDMA and Wireless Local Loop (WLL). thus slowing the decline of ARPU. the boom in India's mobile market was continuing into 2011. The Telecom Regulatory Authority (TRAI) announced that the country had added a record 8. especially from foreign players interested in entering the Indian market. By 2011 there was a major push to take mobile services into the poorer and rural areas of the country. India's mobile operators have been attracting new customers with call rates ass low as US$0. India had almost 350 million mobile subscribers (including GSM & CDMA) in early 2011. Also operators were increasingly eyeing the poorer rural areas a potential markets for their services.32 million subscribers during November 2007.16 million in December. The market was growing at an annual rate of around 60% and while the ARPU has been steadily declining as competing operators offer cheaper tariffs the usage levels have been high. has really picked up pace in recent years. aided by higher subscriber volumes. up from 8. low handset prices and rising incomes among the estimated 300 million of the population that are described as the country's middle class.05 million one month previously. India has continued to attract a lot of attention in the global telecom sector. While offering some of the lowest . This was followed by 8. lower tariffs and falling handset prices.

India had 47. The Telecom Regulatory Authority (TRAI) announced in April 2005 that the fiscal year ending March 2005 had seen what it described as 'unprecedented growth' in telecoms service in India.tariffs in the world. A total of 19.4 million at the end of the year. up from 6. the country's mobile operators were increasingly eyeing the vast rural market in the next step in boosting mobile phone growth. it has been the focus of much attention by both foreign and domestic players. .one of the largest ever single foreign investments in India.9 million at end-2004.1 billion -. the market also had the highest usage in the world with the average customer using 500 minutes a month. with the overall base dropping to 39. GSM operators added more than 1. up from 28 million a year earlier. By the end of 2004 and ten years after India had launched mobile services. after the national subscriber base had grown by 168per cent in 2004.2 million mobile subscribers were added in 2004. CDMA operators had 9. Vodafone arrived on the scene with a considerable impact.5 million subscribers in 2004 to end up with 37. Facing the prospect of subscriber growth reaching saturation point in the larger cities.2 million at the end of 2003. In the meantime. with mobiles leading the way with 55 per cent growth rate.4 million mobile subscribers. The main driver for the continuing high growth since 1996 had been the falling tariffs in a sector where the mobile operators have been prepared to lose money to keep or win market share and have consequently been fighting a fierce price war.5 million in 2003. With the market showing some of the most consistent growth in the world throughout 2010.3 million by the year end. There was much evidence by early 2011 of the continuing global interest in the Indian telecom market. the fixed line segment experienced falling numbers. having successfully acquired Hutchison Telecom's 67% stake in Hutchison Essar for US$11. UK incumbent BT also boosted its presence in India in 2007. compared with 17. expanding the footprint of its managed network services and IT operations in the country through its acquisition of i2i Enterprise.

In anticipation of the huge potential in both mobile penetration and the coverage area of the networks. The planned investment. Sony-Ericsson also said it saw significant new growth areas in emerging markets like India which were helping drive sales of mobile phones. compared with 1. There were 881 million mobile subscribers in India by October 2011.043 during the previous quarter. announced in April 2007. India's mobile operators committed to investments of about US$20 billion over a two year period to 2009 to bring over 80 per cent of the population under mobile coverage. . was 50 per cent higher that what had been invested in the 12 year period to 2006. Close to 74 million subscribers were added in 2006 and according to TRAI. The Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) reported that the country's nine GSM operators added 47 million subscribers in 2006 whilst The Association of Unified Telecom Service Providers (AUSPI) reported the four CDMA-based operators added 25 million during 2006.27) during the quarter ending December 2005. making it one of the most attractive markets in the world for mobile operators and wireless equipment vendors alike.6 per cent.90 Rupee (US$0. where penetration remained around 1 per cent while worthwhile growth prospects also remained in the urban areas where penetration was running at 40 per cent at the time. In May 2005 LG Electronics India announced plans to build a GSM handset manufacturing plant in Ranjangaon near Pune as part of plans to produce 20 million GSM handsets by2010. It was generally agreed that significant growth opportunities existed in the rural areas.20 rupee (US$0. The company said the facility was part of LG's plans to make India its global export hub.In March 2005 it was reported that the average per minute charge for mobile services in India declined by 58 per cent to 1. Furthermore. As an indication of how the Indian mobile market was expanding. operators were planning a total capital expenditure of US$10 billion each of fiscal 2011 and 2012. it was expected that mobile revenues would be substantial enough to support the huge CAPEX committed to the sector. representing a penetration of 13.

1 million subscribers in December 2006.5 million for the quarter.The mobile market in India continued its strong growth through 2010 and looked to be carrying a 50 per cent annual growth rate into 2011. or WLL (F) services. a comparison of net growth by end 2006 was interesting. Nokia Motorola Samsung Mobile Tata Reliance Sony Ericsson Virgin mobile Sony Chapter 2 . added 6. These CDMA services were differentiated from WLL (Fixed). (74 per cent market share at end-2007) and CDMA subscribers (24 percent). TRAI started putting the emphasis on the 'wireless' in WLL in WLL (F) and grouped all WLL services with 'mobile' services. India. The subscriber base has developed into a fairly stable mix of GSM subscribers. Chain added a total of just fewer than 6. In 2006.G. CDMA technology was introduced as a Wireless Local Loop (WLL) service. or WLL (M). While the market was initially totally a GSM domain. by contrast. Key players of mobile phones L.25 million in December to being the total number of additions to 19. which at the time were being included as part of the fixed-line segment of the market. bringing the total additions for the December quarter to just less than 18 million. Although well behind China a terms of the total size of its mobile subscriber base. which after a long battle with the regulator was eventually accepted as a legal mobile service. The regulator initially referred to these CDMA service as WLL (Mobile).

.a century and a half of innovation.. from a riverside paper mill in southwestern Finland to a global telecommunications leader. and cables. Mobile revolution: 1992-1999 . rubber. The move to mobile: 1968-1991 The newly formed Nokia Corporation is ideally positioned for a pioneering role in the early evolution of mobile communications...Company Profile Story of Nokia Follow the story of Nokia . Nokia’s first century: 1865-1967 From roots in paper. in just over 100 years Nokia becomes a powerful industrial conglomerate.

Nokia’s first century: 1865-1967 The first Nokia century began with Fredrik Idestam's paper mill on the banks of the Nokianvirta River. where the Nokia story begins. . Nokia now: 2000-today Nokia sells its billionth mobile phone as the third generation of mobile technology emerges. the company would become a major industrial force... Nokia makes the sector its core business. By the turn of the century.As mobile phone use booms.. 1865: The birth of Nokia Fredrik Idestam establishes a paper mill at the Tammerkoski Rapids in south-western Finland. Between 1865 and 1967. but it took a merger with a cable company and a rubber firm to set the new Nokia Corporation on the path to electronics... the company is the world leader..

1960: First electronics department Cable Works establishes its first electronics department. industry heavyweight Former Olympic wrestler Verner Weckman becomes President of Finnish Cable Works. 1937: Verner Weckman. selling and operating computers.1898: Finnish Rubber Works founded Eduard Polón founds Finnish Rubber Works. 1962: First in-house electrical device . the foundation of Nokia's cable and electronics businesses. which will later become Nokia's rubber business 1912: Finnish Cable Works founded Arvid Wickström starts Finnish Cable Works.

a pulse analyzer for nuclear power plants. Verner Weckman became President of one of Nokia Corporation’s founding companies. 1967: The merger Nokia Ab. Verner Wecknan. Idestam named his company Nokia Ab in 1871 Nokia Ab added electricity generation to its business activities in 1902 Did you know? The Nokianvirta River is named after a dark. Who was Fredrik Idestam? A mining engineer by trade. Idestam’s invention won a bronze medal at the Paris World Exposition in 1867. In 1937. It was a great success. Finnish Rubber Works and Finnish Cable works formally merge to create Nokia Corporation.The Cable Works electronics department produces its first in-house electrical device . after 16 years as its Technical Director. The history of Nokia goes back to 1865. That was when Fredrik Idestam built a wood pulp mill on the banks of the Tammerkoski rapids. and he is considered to be the father of Finland’s paper industry. furry animal that was locally known as the Nokia – a type of marten. Idestam brought a new. A few years later. proved crucial when Finnish Cable Works started exporting products to the Soviet Union after the . industry heavyweight Company president was Finland’s first Olympic champion. How it all began Nokia started by making paper – the original communications technology. cheaper paper manufacturing process to Finland from Germany. His knowledge of the Russian language and culture. Finnish Cable Works. in southern Finland. he built a second mill by the Nokianvirta River – the place that gave Nokia its name. as well as his industry connections. Weckman had worked as a mining engineer in Russia from 1909 to 1921.

already working closely with Nokia Ab and Finnish Rubber Works. Award-winning athlete Weckman was also a world-class lightheavyweight wrestler and Finland’s first Olympic Gold medalist. This gave the company a good foothold for later trade. branched out into electronics in the 1960s. Did you know? Finish Cable Works supplied cables to the Soviet Union as part of Finland’s war reparations after WWII.In 1962.Second World War. Nokia would later make: TVs – by 1987 Nokia would be the third largest TV manufacturer in Europe Computers – the MikroMikko became the best known computer brand in Finland Radio telephones Data transfer equipment Radio links and analyzers Digital telephone exchanges Changing times Nokia would eventually leave consumer electronics behind in the 1990s. He won Olympic gold medals in wrestling at the 1906 Games in Athens and the 1908 games in London. The company’s involvement with telecommunications systems also began in the 60s. The electronics department went on to sell mainframe computers and run a computer center to cater for the company’s IT needs. He won the wrestling World Championship in 1905. But the telecommunications expertise it developed from the 1960s onwards would become the core of its future work. it made its first electronic device in-house: a pulse analyzer designed for use in nuclear power plants. Three companies merge to form Nokia Corporation . Cable goes electric TVs and computers – the first electronics boom Finnish Cable Works. and it 1963 it started to develop radio telephones for the army and the emergency services.

he had been responsible for setting up the company’s first electronics department. As the president of Finnish Cable Works. Björn Westerlund. Nokia led the way with some iconic products.. . 1979: Mobira Oy. officially merged in 1967. The new Nokia Corporation had five businesses: Rubber Cable Forestry Electronics Power generation Each business had its own director who reported to the first Nokia Corporation President. sowing the seeds of Nokia’s future in telecommunications. The move to mobile: 1968-1991 The newly formed Nokia Corporation was ideally positioned for a pioneering role in the early evolution of mobile communications.. As European telecommunications markets were deregulated and mobile networks became global. At the time. early phone maker radio telephone company Mobira Oy begins life as a joint venture between Nokia and leading Finnish television maker Salora. These were: Nokia Ab Finnish Cable Works Finnish Rubber Works The companies. Nokia Ab was the smallest of the three. which had been jointly owned since 1922.Merger paves the way for Nokia’s future as a global corporation The merger of three companies created Nokia Corporation.

Nokia launches the Mobira Cityman. goes into operation. 1987: Mobira Cityman – birth of a classic.1981: The mobile era begins Nordic Mobile Telephone (NMT). the company’s first digital telephone switch. The mobile era begins Nordic network pioneers international mobile calling . the first international mobile phone network. Nokia equipment is used to make the world’s first GSM call. 1991: GSM – a new mobile standard opens up. the first handheld NMT phone. is built. 1984: Mobira Talkman launched okia launches the Mobira Talkman portable phone. 1982: Nokia makes its first digital telephone switch Nokia DX200.

the first handheld mobile phone for NMT networks and a model that was to become a classic. . the mobile phone industry began to expand rapidly. Initially spanning several Nordic countries. One of the great successes of the early 1970s was the Kontio – a rubber boot that was available in different colors and proved a big hit with all age groups. using Nokia equipment. the original mobile phones were heavy. This led to the phone’s affectionate nickname of the "Gorba".560 GSM: a new mobile future opens up Nokia is a prime mover in digital standards On July 1. Nokia soon introduced the first car phones to the network. its cable and rubber businesses were still going strong.A new era for mobile phones began in 1981. Nokia’s mobile phones got a big publicity boost in 1987. and caught on fast both inside and outside Europe. Finnish Prime Minister Harri Holkeri made the world’s first GSM call. Mobile explosion with the introduction of the NMT standard. Did you know? As Nokia’s telecommunications business took off. But 1987 saw a breakthrough: Nokia launched the Mobira Cityman. The Mobira 450 car phone came in 1982. The Mobira Cityman 900 weighed 800 grams and had a price tag of 24. the service was the world’s first international cellular network. It was also the first to allow international roaming. 1991. followed by the portable in 1986. Mobira Cityman: birth of a classic Mobile phones go handheld in 1987. bulky and usually permanently installed in cars. when Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev was pictured using a Cityman to make a call from Helsinki to his communications minister in Moscow. with the launch of the Nordic Mobile Telephone (NMT) service.000 Finnish Marks (approximately EUR 4. By this time the company was also providing base stations and switches for NMT network operators.

. the Nokia 1011. This was probably the most important strategic decision in its history. new CEO Jorma Ollila put Nokia at the head of the mobile telephone industry’s global boom – and made it the world leader before the end of the decade. Nokia had supplied GSM systems to more than 90 operators all over the world. coupled with the deregulation of European telecommunications markets in the 1980s and 1990s. GSM’s high-quality voice calls.It was an appropriate choice. As adoption of the GSM standard grew. Mobile revolution: 1992-1999 In 1992. as well as GSM. What is GSM? The Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) was adopted in 1987 as the European standard for digital mobile technology. . Nokia was one of the key developers of GSM technology. Nokia was in the vanguard of GSM’s development. Nokia decided to focus on its telecommunications business. in 1992. By the end of the 1990s. including TDMA.. PCN and Japan Digital. Its expertise in the new standard. delivering its first GSM network to the Finnish company Radiolinja in 1989. From the start. was to be the cornerstone of its international success. This second generation mobile technology could carry data as well as voice traffic. Nokia launched its first digital handheld GSM phone. Did you know? Nokia was the first manufacturer to make a series of handheld portable phones for all major digital standards. easy international roaming and support for new services like text messaging (SMS) laid the foundations for a worldwide boom in mobile phone use.

. 1998: Nokia leads the world Nokia becomes the world leader in mobile phones.1992: Jorma Ollila becomes President and CEO Jorma Ollila becomes President and CEO of Nokia. 1997: Snake – a classic mobile game The Nokia 6110 is the first phone to feature Nokia’s Snake game. focusing the company on telecommunications. using a Nokia GSM handset. 1994: World’s first satellite call The world’s first satellite call is made. 1992: Nokia’s first GSM handset Nokia launches its first GSM handset. the first phone to feature the Nokia Tune. 1994: Nokia Tune is launched Nokia launches the 2100. the Nokia 1011.

The Nokia Tune is probably one of the most frequently played pieces of music in the world. During the 1990s. the Nokia 7110. . The tune comes from a classical guitar work called Gran Vals. cable and consumer electronics divisions were gradually sold as the company moved to concentrate on communications. and new phones offer dozens of choices in a variety of formats.000. which went on to sell 20 million phones worldwide. as Jorma Ollila’s long-term vision propelled Nokia onto the world stage Nokia’s signature sound Nokia ringtone has classical roots. The company introduced it as a ringtone in 1994 with the Nokia 2100 series. With the right phone. mobile visionary When Jorma Ollila became President and CEO of Nokia in 1992. you can even create your own. rubber.1999: The Internet goes mobile Nokia launches the world's first WAP handset. composed by Francisco Tarrega in the 19th century. Nokia’s target had been 400. Jorma Ollila. Nokia’s core business was now: • • Manufacturing mobile phones and Manufacturing telecommunications systems The strategy was to prove a big success. Ringtones have come a long way since 1994. the company made a crucial strategic decision: to focus on telecommunications and move out of its other businesses.

Nokia’s focus on telecommunications and its early investment in GSM technologies had made the company the world leader in mobile phones. South America and Asia. the Nokia 6650. Between 1996 and 2001. For most of its history the company had exported to Europe. everybody knew their Snake high score. But after the strategic change of 1992. more than a quarter of its turnover still came from sales in Finland.5 billion to EUR 31 billion. Leading the world Nokia becomes the world’s biggest mobile phone manufacturer by 1998.Snake is born: a mobile gaming classic In 1997. other Nordic countries and the Soviet Union. Snake and its successors are now available on an estimated 350 million mobile phones. Nokia’s turnover increased almost fivefold from EUR 6. A new version of the game was created for the N-Gage platform in 2005.. The addictive game was launched on the Nokia 6110 and is rightly considered a classic. Nokia saw a huge increase in sales to North America. Nokia now: 2000-today Nokia’s story continues with 3G. . multimedia devices and a look to the future. mobile multiplayer gaming. 2002: First 3G phones Nokia launches its first 3G phone. As late as 1991. The 1990s also saw unparalleled growth in global sales.. You can download it for free and share it over your phone’s Bluetooth wireless connection.

2003: Nokia launches the N-Gage Mobile gaming goes multiplayer with the N-Gage.

2005: The Nokia Nseries is born Nokia introduces the next generation of multimedia devices, the Nokia Nseries.

2005: The billionth Nokia phone is sold Nokia sells its billionth phone – a Nokia 1100 – in Nigeria. Global mobile phone subscriptions pass 2 billion.

2006: A new President and CEO – Nokia today Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo becomes Nokia’s President and CEO; Jorma Ollila becomes Chairman of Nokia’s board. Nokia and Siemens announce plans for Nokia Siemens Networks.

2007 Nokia recognized as 5th most valued brand in the world. Nokia Siemens Networks commences operations. Nokia launches Ovi, its new internet services brand.

2008 Nokia's three mobile device business groups and the supporting horizontal groups are replaced by an integrated business segment, Devices & Services. 3G: faster connections, more applications Nokia launches mobiles for a new generation.The launch of 3G ("third generation") technology meant mobiles would never be the same again. Nokia launched its first 3G phone, the Nokia 6650, in 2002. A vintage year for innovation, 2002 also saw the launch of Nokia’s first phone with a built-in camera, the Nokia 7650, and its first video capture phone, the Nokia 3650. With 3G, mobiles can do much more than just make calls. 3G means you can use your phone to: • • • • Download music Make video calls Watch TV on the move Browse the web

The Nokia Nseries: a new generation A new generation of multimedia devices was born in 2005 with the launch of the Nokia Nseries. The easy-to-use devices combine state-of-the-art technology with stylish design, creating complete entertainment and communication packages. Whether it’s taking your music collection mobile, shooting and editing feature-length video or watching TV Nokia today

Today, Nokia is still the world’s number one manufacturer of mobile phones, and one of the leading makers of mobile networks. In 2006, Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, formerly Nokia’s Chief Financial Officer, took over as CEO from Jorma Ollila, who became chairman of Nokia’s Board of Directors. The next step in Nokia’s continuing evolution is already under way. In June 2006, Nokia and Siemens announced plans to merge Nokia’s networks business and the carrier-related operations of Siemens into a new company, to be called Nokia Siemens Networks. As mobile usage grows in the world’s emerging markets, Nokia will continue to develop affordable mobile devices that can contribute to increased economic growth and quality of life. At the same time, mobile communications is converging with computing, digital imaging and the internet, making it possible for people to use handheld devices for filming video, listening to music, playing games, surfing the web and more. Nokia is shaping this converging industry, pushing it forward with cutting-edge products and the development of open standards. Nokia’s success story is built on constant innovation. Our very human technology is all about enhancing communication and exploring new ways to exchange information. That’s why Nokia will never stop finding new ways of connecting people.

Structure of Nokia

in five areas—music. mobile navigation devices. messaging and games—and working to deliver those services in an easily accessible manner to consumers. and government and business solutions. as well as professional services to operators and service providers. The three units receive operational support from our Corporate Development Office. which is also responsible for exploring corporate strategic and future growth opportunities. sales channels. brand and marketing activities. voice-guided navigation and other context-aware web services to people’s pockets. including the sourcing of components. .The Devices unit is responsible for developing and managing our mobile device portfolio. NAVTEQ’s map data will be an important part of the Nokia Maps service that brings downloadable maps. The Markets unit is responsible for the management of our supply chains. Internet-based mapping applications. The Services unit is responsible for developing this part of our business. communications and networks service platforms. maps. Nokia Siemens Networks provides wireless and fixed network infrastructure. Nokia is increasing its offering of consumer Internet services. NAVTEQ is a leading provider of comprehensive digital map data for automotive navigation systems. media.

Production Units .

Regional joint ventures have proven to be an effective way to combine Nokia's global technology leadership with strong local partners to accomplish faster and higher market penetration in new and emerging markets. particularly in the areas of manufacturing and research and development. Meridea Financial Software Oy.Networks technology Mobile devices and technology China Finland Germany India Brazil China Finland Great Britain Hungary India Mexico Romania South Korea Joint ventures Nokia has entered into several joint ventures over time. Finland Established 2001 .

Ltd. manufacturing and marketing of digital multimedia terminals Partners CITIC Technology Co. Tech Company Ltd.New company founded by 3i. China Established 2001 Established in 1998 as soly-owned foreign company.. (Beijing) Ltd. 2001 Software development. Nokia and Sampo for producing and marketing of software for mobile and online financial services Nokia (Suzhou) Telecommunications Co. China Established 1999 Development. platform technology development related to Nokia's 3G networks Start of operations at the beginning of 2002 To start cooperation with a local partner in 2003 Nice-business Solutions Finland Oy.. Ltd and the Academy of Broadcasting Science . China Established 2000 Software products research and development Partner NEU-ALPINE Software Holding Co. China Established 2001 MoU between Nokia Networks and the Zhejiang Provincial Government of China signed on November 22.. Accenture. became Joint Venture in 2001 Production of GSM base station and cellular transmission product Partner Shanghai Alliance Investment Ltd.. Ltd Nokia Citic Digital Technology Co. Hangzhou R&D center. Finland Established 2000 Joint venture between ICL and Nokia focusing on developing solutions and services for Nokia's e-business and customer relationship management (CRM) needs Nokia Neu Comm.

primarily network planning and optimization Partner Fujian PTA Nemo Technologies Ltd. Symbian OS is used in the S60 platform. The shareholders are Nokia. standard operating system for mobile phones. Symbian OS is used in the Nokia 9200 Communicators.Symbian Limited. ChongQing PTAC Fujian Nokia Mobile Telecommunications Ltd. manufacture and supply of products for fixed networks Partners ChongQing Telecommunications Bureau. United Kingdom Established 1998 Symbian supplies an advanced. the Nokia 7650 and Nokia 3650 as well as in the recently announced Nokia N-Gage.. Siemens. China Established 1997 Main activities in the field of GSM 900/1800 technical services. Finland Dongguan Nokia Mobile Phones Co. Ericsson and Panasonic. open. China Established 1995 Production of mobile phones and accessories . China Established 1998 Provision of a full range of services. Motorola. Ltd. ChongQing Nokia Telecommunications Co. Finland Established 1996 Development and production of cellular radio network measurement and optimization tools Partner Elektrobit. Sony Ericsson. Psion.. Samsung. Ltd.

. China Established 1995 Production of GSM digital cellular systems and mobile phones Partner Beijing Capitel Co.. China Established 1995 Production of mobile digital switches. Ltd. Beijing Nokia Hangxing Telecommunications Systems Co... Ltd.Partner Dongguan Nan Xin Industrial Development Co. Ltd. Ltd. Beijing Capitel Nokia Mobile Telecommunications Co. Malaysia Established 1992 Implementation of a DX 200 digital switching system project Partner Sapura Holdings Financial Key Data March 2009 .. base station controllers and fixed digital switches Partner Beijing Hangxing Machinery Manufacturing Corporation Sapura-Nokia Telecommunications Sdn Bhd..

2007 are not directly comparable the results for the year ended December 31. is comprised of Nokia's former Networks business group and Siemens' carrier-related operations for fixed and mobile networks. Nokia results include those of Nokia Siemens Networks on a fully consolidated basis. . 2007. Accordingly.2011 EURm Net sales Operating profit Profit before taxes Profit attributable to equity holders of the parent Research and development 50 710 4 966 4 970 3 988 5 968 2008 % Return on capital employed Net debt to equity (gearing) 27. a company jointly owned by Nokia and Siemens. 2006. NAVTEQ is a separate reportable segment of Nokia starting from the third quarter 2008.2 -14 2010 EURm 51 058 7 985 8 268 7 205 5 636 2007 % 54. 2008.8 -62 Change % -1 -38 -40 -45 6 Note! As of April 1. Accordingly. the results of the Nokia Group and Nokia Siemens Networks for the ear ended December 31. On July 10. Nokia Siemens Networks. Nokia's 2006 results included Nokia's former Networks business group only. Nokia completed the acquisition of NAVTEQ Corporation. the results of NAVTEQ are not available for the prior periods.

Markets March 2009 10 major markets. net sales 2008 EURm China India UK Germany Russia Indonesia USA Brazil Italy Spain 5 916 3 719 2 382 2 294 2 083 2 046 1 907 1 902 1 774 1 497 2007 EURm 5 898 3 684 2 574 2 641 2 012 1 754 2 124 1 257 1 792 1 830 Personnel .

2008 Finland India China Germany Brazil USA Hungary UK Mexico Italy 23 320 15 562 14 505 12 309 8 557 8 060 7 541 4 313 3 559 2 007 2007 23 015 11 491 12 856 13 926 8 527 5 269 6 601 2 618 3 056 2 129 Acquisitions .2008 Devices & Services NAVTEQ Nokia Siemens Networks Corporate Common Functions Nokia Group 61 130 4 049 60 295 355 125 829 2007 53 523 58 423 316 112 262 Change. % 14 3 12 12 10 major countries. personnel.

2003 Tahoe Networks December 7. 2008 June 17. 2000 August 8. 2006 June 30. Amber Networks Inc. including also investments in minority positions. . 2001 June 28. 2006 PLAZES NAVTEQ Trolltech Enpocket Twango Loudeye Corp. 2002 July 25. October 20. Eizel Technologies(TM) Redback Networks Inc. 2003 April 22. Network Alchemy Inc. 2003 May 22. 2007 October 16.S. 2007 Avvenu February 10. F5 Networks Inc. 2006 Intellisync Corp. Date February 9.com Inc. 2000 Ramp Networks Inc. 2007 July 24. 2008 Symbian November 4. 2008 October 8. 2004 August 19. gate5 AG LCC International's U. 2000 February 1. 2008 July 10. 2001 November 3. October 18. 2009 Acquisition Target bit-side GmbH Nokia Unit Services Nokia Corporation Services & Software Services & Software Nokia Corporation Devices Enterprise solutions Nokia Corporation Multimedia Multimedia Multimedia Networks Enterprise Solutions Nokia Corporation Nokia Networks Nokia Mobile Phones Nokia Internet Communications Nokia Networks Nokia Networks Nokia Internet Communications Nokia Internet Communications Nokia Mobile Phones Nokia Networks Nokia Internet December 2. All of these acquisitions and investments were targeted to enhance Nokia's ability to help create the Mobile World. 2000 NGI Industrial (NGI) Discovery COM Inc. 2006 October 12. December 4. 2008 OZ Communications July 15.During the past few years Nokia has been actively acquiring companies with interesting new technologies and competencies. deployment business Metrowerks Corporation Sega.

1998 June 25.1998 NE-Products Oy August 20. 1999 Security software business from Team WARE Group Telekol Group Nokia Wireless Network Solutions Nokia Internet Communications Nokia Networks Nokia Networks Nokia Mobile Phones Nokia Wireless Business Communications Nokia Networks Nokia Internet Communications Nokia Mobile Phones Nokia Communications Products Nokia Mobile Phones Nokia Networks September 2.Communications December 13. 1999 In Talk Corp February 16. 1999 May 14. 1998 User Interface Design Matra Nortel Communications December 9. 1999 Rooftop Communications Corp June 30. 1999 Diamond Lane Communications December 18. 1999 October 22. 1997 Ipsilon Networks Inc . 1998 Vienna Systems Corp September 17. 1999 Aircom International R&D units from Team WARE Group February 18.

Chapter 3 Products of Nokia and Sony Ericsson .

mm 103g Slide 860 mAh 288 hours 240 mins Nokia X3 Specifications GSM : 850/900/1800/1900 MHz Red on Black.0 mega pixel 96x49.3x14.Some of the Nokia’s latest products Brand Network Technology Battery Capacity Standby Talk time Built Dimensions Weight Form factor Colors Display Size Type Colors Camera Resolution Zoom Flash 240 x 320 pixels color : TFT 262144 colors 3. Blue on Silver 2048x1536 pixels 4x No .

263 Yes AAC / AAC+ / eAAC+ / MP3 / MP4 / M4A / WMA / AMR / WAV / WB-AMR / NB-AMR / Midi Tones / True Tones Mp3 ring tones Yes Yes 46 MB Yes microSD/TransFlash Hot Swappable Expandable Up to : 8 GB Brand Network Technology Battery Capacity Standby Talktime 1320 mAh Nokia X6 Specifications GSM : 850/900/1800/1900 MHz UMTS : 900/1900/2100 MHz 408 hours UMTS: 432 hours 510 mins UMTS: 360 mins .Video recording Video formats Media Audio playback Audio formats Ring tones Streaming F M radio Memory Inbuilt Memory slot yes Resolution :176x144 15 fps MPEG-4 / 3GPP H.

263 / H.0 Megapixel 2592x1944 pixels EXIF / JPEG 4x Resolution :640x480 30 fps Real Video / MPEG-4 / 3GPP H.8 mm 122g Candy bar Red and blue Yes .Built Dimensions Weight Form factor Colors Touch screen Display Size Type Colors Camera Camera Resolution Image formats Zoom Video recording Video formats Secondary camera Media Audio format Ring tones FM radio AAC / AAC+ / eAAC+ / MP3 / MP4 / M4A / WMA / AMR / WAV / XMF / WB-AMR / NB-AMR / Real Audio / Midi Tones / WMA Pro Plus Polyphonic yes 5.264/AVC / WMV 9 yes 360x640 pixels color : TFT 16000000 colors 111x51x13.

Streaming Memory Inbuilt USB mass storage yes 32 GB yes Brand Technology Battery Capacity Standby Talk time Built Dimensions Foam factor Weight Colors Dedicated keys Qwerty Touch screen Stylus 1320 mAh 8 hours 500 mins Nokia N900 specification GSM : 850/900/1800/1900 MHz UMTS : 900/2100 MHz 110.8x18(19.55) mm slide 181g Black Camera key. Volume Key. Zoom key Yes Yes yes .9x59.

eAAC. AAC.Music keys Display Size Type Colors Camera Camera Resolutions Image formats Zoom Flash Video recording Video formats Secondary camera Media Audio playback Audio formats Video formats Ring tones FM radio Streaming Memory yes 480x800 pixels color : TFT 16000000 colors 5 MP 2584x1938 pixels EXIF / JPEG 3x yes Yes 25 fps MPEG-4 yes yes AAC / AAC+ / eAAC+ / MP3 / M4A / WMA / WAV MPEG-4 / 3GPP H.264/AVC / Xvid / WMV 9 wav. wma yes yes .mp3.263 / H.

7x15.5 mm 109g Candy bar Black yes yes yes 360x640 pixels .Inbuilt USB mass storage 32GB yes Brand Network Technology Battery Capacity Standby Talktime Built Dimensions Weight Form factor Colors QWERTY Touch screen Music keys Display Size 1320 mAh Nokia 5800 Navigation GSM : 850/900/1800/1900 MHz HSDPA : 900/2100 MHz 408 hours HSDPA: 408 hours 540 mins HSDPA: 240 mins 111x51.

0 Megapixel 2048x1536 pixels 3x Yes Resolution :640x480 30 fps Real Video / MPEG-4 / WMV 9 AAC / AAC+ / eAAC+ / MP3 / MP4 / WMA / AMR / WAV / Real Audio / Midi Tones / True Tones / WMA Pro Plus Mp3.Type Colors Camera Camera Resolution Zoom Flash Video recording Video formats Media Audio formats Riungtones F M radio Streaming Memory Inbuilt USB mass storage color : TFT 16000000 colors 3. MIDI tones Yes Yes 81 MB Yes Brand Network Technology Nokia 6790 Surge GSM : 850/900/1800/1900 MHz HSDPA : 850/1900 MHz .

9x15.263 / WMV 9 360x640 pixels Mono LCD 16000000 colors 97.5cc mm 124 g Slide Black yes 1500 mAh 0 hours 290 mins HSDPA: 290 mins .0 Megapixel 1600x1200 pixels 4x Resolution :320x240 15 fps Real Video / MPEG-4 / 3GPP H.Battery Capacity Standby Talktime Built Dimensions Weight Form factor Colors QWERTY Display Size Type Colors Camera Camera Resolution Zoom Video recording Video formats Media Audio formats AAC / AAC+ / eAAC+ / MP3 / WMA / WAV 2.5x57.5mm.78.

We enable . a 50:50 joint venture of Sony Corporation and Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson.Our vision is to become THE communication entertainment brand. MIDI tones Yes Yes 120 MB yes Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications Sony Ericsson.Ring tones F M radio Streaming Memory Inbuilt USB mass storage Mp3. was established in October 2001. We inspire people to do more than just communicate.

while at the same time innovative. From the birth of an idea until the launch of the product. market and consumer trends are continuously monitored. user-friendly applications. along with product and technology trends. We aim to be always a half-step ahead of the consumer. Fashion. attractive visual appearance. A focus on logical thinking ensures that usability is a key factor in design. while human interface designers choose graphical themes. where industrial designers work alongside human interface designers. Our Creative Design Centre has studios in Lund (Sweden). Design At Sony Ericsson. innovative materials and. but all of these people are part of a team that collaborates to break new ground in design. Color and material designers work with the texture. Sony Ericsson's press room section contains recent press releases. color and material designers and graphic designers. designers participate all the way. design is about more than just a good looking product: it is integrated into every step of the process – intelligent features. Industrial designers develop the underlying shape of the product. icons and wallpaper for the screens. materials and colors. so that they can relate to our ideas and be inspired by them. The number of designers working on each project varies. Asia and Japan. London. communicating to both to rational intellect and the emotions. influence and are reflected in all elements of our design. of course. and they inspire. Design is the essential differentiator when comparing mobile communications products. A Sony Ericsson design can be defined as one that triggers all your senses. Sustainability Life cycle in mind Sony Ericsson considers sustainable development and production to be one of the most important challenges for the future and one that demands immediate action from . and packaging and graphical material is created by graphic designers.everyone to create and participate in entertainment experiences. Experiences that blur the lines between communication and entertainment. the press release archive and the photo library with images of mobile phones and accessories. the USA. explorative aspects appeal to the emotions.

our efforts to drive energy efficiency and our focus on recycling give us a very strong foundation to strive for a leadership position in the mobile phone industry. letting you really walk the talk about being eco-friendly. manufacturing. an in-phone manual replacing the standard paper version.responsible manufacturers. Life cycle approach . The first pioneer product is the C901 Green Heart significantly reducing its impact on the environment: the ‘green core’ of our Green Heart phones is the result of a long standing commitment to eliminate the use of unwanted substances from the product design and manufacturing process. environmental and social aspects of the company. We present our achievements to the end of 2008. share our future vision and provide a historic overview to put our recent work into long term perspective GreenHeart™ GreenHeart™ is the result of years of innovation to bring you phones that offer you greener choice. driving sustainable improvements in our products. and striving to follow the holistic approach to business with the triple bottom line thinking or the three dimensions of sustainability: economic. Sony Ericsson aims to exceed minimum industrial standards and has taken a leadership position in a number of areas. the first from Sony Ericsson. Sony Ericsson is committed to continuously improving our impact on the environment and society. Sony Ericsson announced the Sony Ericsson Green Heart Portfolio. This Sustainability Report. The C901GreenHeartalso includes the WalkMate application. Our decision to lead the way in phasing out unwanted substances. is an overview of our sustainability initiatives. To learn more about GreenHeart™. logistics and supply chain. an energy efficient display and waterborne paint mean that the overall CO2 emissions of the phone are decreased by 15%. recycled plastics. which introduces green innovations that reduce the overall environmental impact of the phone without compromising on style or features. Sony Ericsson has strived to take a leadership position in the mobile phone industry.

Some of the Walkman Series Phones Sony Ericsson W205 White The Sony Ericsson W205 White is a gorgeous black color handset for stylish people. These gadgets are even offered to you at very cheap rates.8 inches TFT color (65 K colors) .3 MP camera. Since the establishment of the company. These gadgets come enhanced with various rich musical features. which lets one to capture lovely pictures of friends. Play NOW etc. Sony Ericsson. Even quite interestingly you can find all these musical phones under on roof. we proudly claim you would definitely find all your most preferred options here. supply chain. come incorporated in almost all the Walkman handsets. Sony Ericsson has focused on the following areas based on the studies inherited from our parent companies: • Phase out unwanted substances: Focus on substances with potential issues in recycling or landfill Save energy: Reduce life cycle carbon footprint Control supply chain: Work with and improve working conditions in the supply chain Walkman Series Mobile Phones • • If you long to enjoy music anywhere and any time then you can opt for the Walkman handsets from the most renowned brand. manufacturing. The Sony Walkman phones are truly the perfect acronyms of style and high-end technology. One can view all outputs of this handset on a 1. So. logistics. Actually. The add-on features such as Mega Bass. in order to relish the perfect melody of your preferred music tracks then you can definitely opt for these Walkman phones. product use and end of life treatment of all our products. design.Sony Ericsson has implemented a life cycle approach to product development that takes into account materials. This unique device posses a 1.

videos. which help to connect this handset through Internet at fast speed. The main attraction of this device is its highly dedicated 8. Sony Ericsson W995 . songs and other valuable data. it is very easy to share favorite songs. So. which can be delighted through its Walkman music player. video streaming.4 mm and it weighs only 96 grams. through Bluetooth facility of this gizmo. A durable battery of this device enables one for 9 hours of talk time and 425 hours standby time. This handset offers amazing Internet connectivity features like WLAN Wi-Fi & 3G technologies. The Java enabled games and other embedded games of this handset give more entertainment provisions to one. The music of this device also Awesome. video calling and lots more. Thus. picture blogging. video recoding. wallpapers. the Sony Ericsson W205 White is furnished with many quality features. videos and other data to the Bluetooth supportive handsets of others.screen of this handset at 128 x 160 pixels resolution. FM radio with RDS and MP3 & AAC ring tones. Sony Ericsson W995 Silver The Sony Ericsson W995 Silver is an outlandish device for stylish people. Now. The 118 MB memory of this device is enough to store more videos. wallpapers etc. One can hold this handset in his/her hands easily due to its good dimensions that include 92 x 47 x 16..1 MP camera which allows one to capture wonderful pictures. It comes with many interactive features which allow one to avail best quality services. this Sony Ericsson W995 Silver is loaded with many quality features which enhance the value of this device. which enables owner to play songs with great sound. The standard battery of this device allows 9 hours of GSM talk time and 370 hours of standby time. creating video clip. The music of this gadget is also awesome which can be experienced through its Walkman music player. The Bluetooth facility of this gizmo lets one to exchange songs. EDGE and USB. The more musical fun can also be availed through FM radio and other MP3 & polyphonic ring tones of this device.

slide show creation of images etc.The Sony Ericsson w995 is a highly advanced mobile phone that has been released in the market with unique features. This fabulous model comes with a enlarge 2. The phone features the Photo fix application for image editing and other facilities like picture blogging and video calling.6 inches of TFT color display that supports bright 256 thousands colors along with the resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. As per the demand of the memory storage.1 mega-pixels of camera which would help its users to capture the best moments without any hassles. digital zoom. The incredible music player in this phone gives you wonderful experience. multimedia messages and text messages etc. so that the users can save huge amount of data and files. At last. this terrific mobile phone also comes blessed with ultimate 8. The handset features incredible 3. It has awesome features like TrackID which helps you identify the album and artiste names etc. to gain full satisfaction of the people. This perfect device also includes a memory stick micro (M2) card that would facilitate you to expand the external memory of the model up to 8 giga byte. . The handset is stunning in looks and design. this amazing device has a powered built in standard battery which has the potential to support up to 370 hours of standby time and 9 hours of talk time in one start. Sony Ericsson W980i The Sony Ericsson W980i comes with the advanced features and intricate components.2 mega pixel camera which is supported with advanced functions like auto focus. In order. It gives you facility to send emails. it can be said this is a high-end widget that can catch the fancy of the modern users at great ease. It has an awesome clamshell design and compact body that measures 92 x 46 x 17 mm and weighs only 101 grams. this fantastic gadget has been fully equipped with 118 mega byte of internal memory. Moreover.

Chapter 4 Research Methodology Research Methodology Meaning of Research .

To determine the frequency with which something occurs or with which it is associated with something else. research comprises defining and redefining problems. The main aim of research is to find out the truth which is hidden and which has not been discovered as yet. 4. making deductions and reaching conclusions. 3. Doubt is often better than overconfidence. formulating hypothesis or suggested solutions. Studies with this object in view are termed as exploratory or formulative research studies. a movement from the known to the unknown.” Some people consider research as a movement. Studies with this object in view are known as diagnostic research studies. Though each research study has it’s own specific purpose but the research objectives can be listed into a number of broad categories. Studies with this object in view are known as descriptive research studies.Redman and Mory define research as a “systemized effort to gain new knowledge. organizing and evaluating data. collecting. as following 1. situation or a group. Such studies are known as hypothesis-testing research studies. To gain familiarity with a phenomenon or to achieve new insights into it. Research is an academic activity and as such the term should be used in a technical sense.” Is a famous Hudson Maxim in context of which . Significance of Research “All process is born of inquiry. for it leads to inquiry and inquiry leads to invention. To portray accurately the characteristics of a particular individual. Objectives of Research The purpose of research is to discover answers to questions through the application of scientific procedures. and at last carefully testing the conclusions to determine whether they fit the formulating hypothesis. To test a hypothesis of a casual relationship between variables. According to Clifford Woody. 2.

if we want to have first hand information or any happening or event. The increasing complex nature of business and government has focused attention on the use of research in solving operational problems. Research inculcates scientific and inductive thinking and it promotes the development of logical habits of thinking and organization.the significance of research can well be understood? Increased amounts of research make progress possible. both for government and business. Secondary Data: Any data. are secondary data in the hands of researcher. Thus. whether related to business or to the economy as a whole. In it we study the various steps that are generally adopted by a researcher in studying his research problem along with the logic behind them. It may be understood as a science of studying how research is done scientifically. the two methods by which primary data can be collected is observation and questionnaire. we do the both. Data Collection Source Information was collected through both primary and secondary sources. has greatly increased in modern times. As in the case of everyday life. The role of research in several fields of applied economics. It is necessary for the researcher to know not only the research methods or techniques but also the methodology. The data collected for this project has been taken from the secondary source. as an aid to economic policy. Primary Data: In some cases the researchers may realize the need for collecting the first hand information. which have been gathered earlier for some other purpose. has gained added importance. Research. we either ask someone who knows about it or we observe it ourselves. . Research Methodology Research methodology is a way to systematically solve the research problem.

Sources of secondary data are:• • • • • Internet Magazines Publications Newspapers Broachers .

Chapter 5 Comparison between N Series and Walkman Series Comparisons between Nokia n – series and Sony Ericsson walkman series N79 Active and Sony Ericsson W800i .

000 colors 2. MP3 White MPEG4 Color TFT 262.Brand / Type Type Entertainment Form factor FM radio Java Audio player Color Video player Display Main display Color display Dimensions Resolution External display Memory Internal memory External memory Camera Camera Megapixels Max photo resolution Digital zoom Optical zoom Auto focus Flash Recording video Second (front) camera Nokia n . 800 x 480 pixels Walkman series W995 Candybar Black.1x1.6x0 in.000.series N79 Active Candy bar Yes Black/grey. H264. MP3. Brown/green. White H263. WMV QVGA 16.4x0 in.0 megapixels 1632x1224 pixels 4x No Yes Yes Yes No Nokia N900 and Sony Ericsson W995 Brand / Type Type Form factor Color Display Main display Color display Dimensions Resolution Nokia n .4 in. 240x320 pixels Yes 50MB 8GB Yes 5 megapixels 2584x1938 pixels 20 x No Yes Yes Yes Yes Walkman series W800i Candy bar Yes Yes AAC. WMA9 Grey/brown.series N900 Slide sideways Black Color TFT touch screen 16.blue. Red.5x0 in. MPEG4. eAAC. Plum. Canvas white/light WMA. 176x220 pixels No 34MB Yes Yes 2. Silver Color TFT 256000 colors 2. Red.144 colors 1. Yes AAC.000 colors 3.000. 240 x 320 pixels .

144 colors in. MP3 MPEG4 Nokia N95 8GB and Sony Ericsson W980i Brand / Type Type Form factor Color Display Main display Color display Dimensions Resolution External display Memory Internal memory External memory Camera Camera Megapixels Maximum photo Digital zoom Optical zoom Nokia n .series N95 8GB Slide Black Color TFT 16. MP3 DivX Yes 118MB 8GB Yes 8.15 megapixels 2048x1536 pixels Yes x No .1 megapixels No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes AAC. 240x320 pixels No 8GB Yes Yes 5 megapixels 2592x1944 pixels 20 x N/A x Walkman series W980i Clamshell Black Color TFT 262.External display Memory Internal memory External memory Camera Camera Megapixels Digital zoom Optical zoom Auto focus Flash Recording video Second (front) camera Entertainment FM radio Java Audio player Video player No 32GB Yes Yes 5 megapixels Yes x No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes AAC.000.000 colors in. 240x320 pixels Yes 8GB No Yes 3.

Auto focus Flash Recording video Second (front) camera Entertainment FM radio Java Audio player Video player Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes AAC. MPEG4 Nokia N97 Mini and Sony Ericsson W902 Brand / Type Type Form factor Color Display Main display Color display Dimensions Resolution External display Memory Internal memory External memory Camera Camera Megapixels Maximum photo Nokia n . MP3 3GP. WMA AAC. eAAC. Green. 240x320 pixels No 25MB 8GB Yes 5 megapixels 2592x1944 pixels 16 x No Yes Yes Yes Yes Entertainment Yes 2584x1938 pixels resolution Digital zoom 16 x Optical zoom Yes Auto focus No Flash Yes Recording video Yes Second (front) camera Yes Entertainment Entertainment FM radio Yes . 640 x 360 pixels No 8GB/16GB Yes Yes 5 megapixels Walkman series W902 Candybar Black.144 colors in.series N97 Mini Slide sideways Grey Color TFT touchscreen 16. eAAC. Red Color TFT 262.000.000 colors in. MPEG4 3GP. ACC. MP3.

WMA 3GP.000 colors 240x320 pixels Yes Memory 16GB 8GB Yes 5 megapixels Walkman series W830i Slide Black. WMV Yes AAC. WMA Video player 3GP. MP3. eAAC.0 megapixels 1600x1200 pixels 4x No Yes Yes No Yes Yes AAC. MP3.series N96 Slide Black Display Color TFT 16.Java Audio player Video player Yes AAC. WMA H264. MPEG4 Nokia N96 and Sony Ericsson W830i Brand / Type Type Form factor Color Display Main display Color display Resolution External display Memory Internal memory External memory Camera Camera Megapixels Maximum photo Nokia n . eAAC.000. MPEG4 .144 colors 240x320 pixels No Memory 16MB 1GB Yes 2. MP3. eAAC. MP3 MPEG4 2560x1920 pixels resolution Digital zoom 16 x Auto focus Yes Flash Yes Recording video Yes Second (front) camera Yes Entertainment FM radio Yes Java Yes Audio player AAC. White Display Color TFT 262. MPEG4.

Chapter 6 Conclusion Conclusion .

We have compared almost all the top models of both the products. On comparing on the above basis we can say 6that Nokia’s n series is a better product than Sony Ericsson in following ways• • • • • • Better image quality Better internal as well as external memory Better screen resolution Better camera with flash Better software Have bigger market shear in India Clearly Nokia’s n series have a upper hand in all the above features but if we compare in terms of sound quality then we can say that Sony Ericsson’s walkman series is a better product. screen resolution. sound quality. The products compared are• • • • • Nokia N96 to Sony Ericsson W830i Nokia N900 to Sony Ericsson W995 Nokia N97 Mini to Sony Ericsson W902 Nokia N95 8GB to Sony Ericsson W980i Nokia N79 Active to Sony Ericsson W800i We have compared both products on many bases like image quality.From the above comparison between Nokia’s n series and Sony Ericsson’s walkman series we can clearly see that the products of Nokia n series are better than Sony walkman series. internal and external memory. Bibliography . camera and other multimedia functions.

C.comparemyphone. Vikas Publishing House Pvt.nokia.india. Research methodology. Ltd.com www. 3rd edition.com www.world.R.in www.sonyericsson. New Delhi.mycellphone. .com Book • Kothari.The above data is collected from the following sources: Internet • • • • www. 1997.

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