Recently, more precisely on October 1, NEC Casio Mobile Communications, a joint venture between three Japanese electronic manufacturers (NEC, Casio, Hitachi), announced that its official name is now NEC Mobile Communications. We get to know that at the moment NEC owns 70.74% of the venture, followed by Casio with 20% and Hitachi with 9.26%.



This company is right now the second largest maker of smartphone devices in Japan. Also, with this name change, the URL of the company also changed from┬áto However, there’s no big changes on the web site, where we can see the same contents as before.

Among their latest products launched on the market we have the N-01G foldable smartphone, a device that has been announced by the NTT DoCoMo Japanese operator.


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