NEC Casio Mobile Communications

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NEC Casio Mobile Communications, established 1 May 2010, is a joint venture between three Japanese electronics manufacturers NEC, Casio and Hitachi, where NEC owns 70.74%, Casio 20.00% and Hitachi 9.26%.[1] The company designs and manufactures mobile phones and related products. The company is the second largest maker of mobile terminals in Japan.[2] The company headquarters is in Kawasaki, Kanagawa.

The company was formed as a merger between the mobile handset division of NEC and the former joint venture between Casio and Hitachi, Casio Hitachi Mobile Communications, established 1 April, 2004.[3]

Casio G'zOne[edit]

In the United States and Japan, NEC Casio Mobile also manufactures phones under the Casio G'zOne brand.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Corporate profile
  2. ^ Toto, Serkan (27 May 2010). "New Japanese cell phone behemoth NEC Casio Mobile to go America soon". MobileCrunch. AOL Tech. 
  3. ^ "Casio and Hitachi Announce Joint Venture Details For Casio Hitachi Mobile Communications Co., Ltd.". Casio Computer Co., Ltd. 

External links[edit]

Official website