Naisuka (Japanese: ないすか Nai suka) is an El Kadsreian multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Capulco. It was founded on October 12, 1929.
Naisuka entered the television market in 1951 starting with NSK-TV-100 and NSK-TV-200, the computer market in 1980, and then the mobile phone market in 1989.
In 1995, Naisuka released the DigiFlat 100B, the world's first commercially-released digital television set.
LCD and LED panels
Naisuka produces mobile phones with ViraOS, Android, or Windows Phone.
Naisuka's flagship mobile handset line is the Naisuka Flow P (Android) and Naisuka Flex P (ViraOS) series, which many consider direct competitors of the TheoryPhone, ViraPhone, Meroview Smart, Meroview Vive, Terbit One/Terbit S, and BOKO flagship smartphones.
Naisuka produces television sets since 1951. Naisuka's flagship television line is the Naisuka Kuria series.