1. Finland was an agrarian country in the 19th century. This means that
People farmed land, raised livestock and produced everything they needed themselves.
People farmed land and sold goods to each other.
People earned their salary by working on the farms.
People bought everything they needed.
2. Finnish industrial development started slowly in 1860
in textile industry
3. Nokia’s history started when a wood pulp mill was opened in 1865.
4. Nokia Ab was born in
5. The name of the company “Nokia” is derived from
the name of the founder of the company
the name of the town where Nokia was founded and the nearby river
the name of a nearby town
the name of the wood pulp mill
6. The town of Nokia is situated close to
7. When was Nokia Corporation founded?
8. What branches did Nokia Corporation include?
paper, rubber and cables
paper, lamps and cables
rubber, lamps and guns
rubber, cables and sewing machines
9. Ever since Nokia Corporation was founded in 1967, it has been remarkably involved in the electronics industry
10. How much did the first car device weigh, the Mobira Senator when it was launched in 1982?
11. How much did one of the first mobile phones Cityman Mobira 900 weigh when it was launched in 1987?
12. Nordic Mobile Telephony (NMT) was an early provider of international roaming.
13. MikroMikko was
a modern model of 2G phone
a microwave model using NMT technology
a personal computer
the new European standard for digital mobile technology
14. Who was the leader of Nokia who decided to turn Nokia into a 'telecom-oriented' company (this strategy proved to be very successful)?
15. When did Nokia grow to become the world's largest mobile phone manufacturer?
in the 1970’s
in the 1980’s
in the 1990’s
in the 2010’s
16. What was the key to Nokia's huge success in the 1990's?
Nokia managed to produce phones that the elderly people found easy to use.
Nokia produced new phones which had games that became popular.
Nokia managed to cater to the consumer youth market and fashion-oriented consumers with products such as colourful back-covers.
Nokia had touch screens on their phones.
17. The famous Nokia ringtone made its debut in 1994 with the 2100 series. The tune is based on
the Gran Vals
the Valse Triste
the Four Seasons
18. What companies were Nokia’s worst competitors in the 1990’s?
Apple and Samsung
Huawei and Siemens
Motorola and Ericsson
Ericsson and Apple
19. Which was the best selling mobile terminal in history with over 250 million units?
20. The company launched its first GSM phone, the Nokia 1011. The nomenclature of Nokia 1011 comes from the date of its launch, November 10.
21. Why was the Nokia 7110 revolutionary in 1999?
It had the Snake game.
It offered web browsing.
It was much smaller than the previous Nokia phones.
22. What was among the great breakthroughs Nokia achieved since 1999?
It made camera phones and phones with the possibility of recording videos.
It managed to develop several games that became legendary.
Its ringtones gained huge success.
It had touch screen on the phones.
23. One of the biggest challenges Nokia faced in the beginning of the 21st century was creating an operating system which would have been able to compete with other companies producing smartphones.
24. Nokia has been very important for Finland because it has been a significant employer and tax payer in the country.
25. Nokia suffered huge losses in 2005.
26. Nowadays Nokia concentrates on
developing better smartphones
developing better networks (like 5G)
developing apps for smartphones
developing car tires