Nokia 2.0mm charger pinout
Nokia BL-4B, BL-4J, BL-4S, BL-4U, BL-5BT, BL-5CT, BL-5F, BL-5FA, BL-5J, BL-5K, BL-6F, BL-6P, BL-6Q, BP-4L, BP-5M, BP-6MT batteries pinout
Nokia 3109, 3110, 3500, 5200, 5300 Xpress, 5510, 5700 Xpress, 6110, 6120, 6121, 6124, 6267, 6290, 6300, 6301, 7390, 7500 Prism, E51, E90, N76, N800 Internet Tablet, N91, N95, N-Gage DKE-2 mini-USB cable pinout
Nokia E51, E61, E90, N81, N90 FBus/MBus connector pinout
Nokia smartphone AD-57 headset handsfree connector scheme pinout
Nokia WH-701 headphone/microfone 3.5mm jack connector pinout
Universal (Nokia) 3.5 or 2.5 OMTP headset (LRMG) pinout
Mini-USB of Blackberry 6210, 6220, 6230, 6280, 6510, 7100(g, i, r, t, v, x, t), 7130(e, c, g), 7210, 7230, 7250, 7270, 7280, 7290, 7510, 7520, 8700(c, f, g, r, v); Creative Zen Micro, Zen Micro Photo, Zen Neeon and other PDA devices
Nokia Corporation, stylised as NOKIA, is a Finnish multinational communications and information technology company, founded in 1865.
The company has had various industries in its 151-year history. It was founded as a pulp mill, but now focuses on large-scale telecommunications infrastructures, technology development, and design licensing. Nokia is also a major contributor to the mobile telephony industry, having assisted in the development of the GSM and LTE standards, and was, for a period, the largest vendor of mobile phones in the world. Nokia's dominance also extended into the smartphone industry through its Symbian platform, but was eventually overshadowed by competitors. Nokia partnered with Microsoft in 2011, agreeing to exclusively use Microsoft's Windows Phone platform on future smartphones; its mobile phone business was eventually bought by Microsoft.