Nokia was once the world’s largest mobile manufacturer, but they could not maintain that position after Android phones dominated the mobile market and in 2014 Microsoft acquired Nokia. Now, according to the statements made by Nokia officials, Nokia to re-enter smartphone business by 2016 and is looking for a partner.
We all know that Microsoft bought Nokia a few years ago. When they bought the firm, they also took responsibility of its legal cases. One of the ongoing lawsuits faced by Microsoft resulted into an expected turn of events. It was the InterDigital Inc. that originally filed this lawsuit. This
We can clearly recall the Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia. It is considered to be among the biggest acquisitions in that time. The deal costs Microsoft a total of $7.9 billion. The company has a great expectation and sees a good potential for Nokia and that was why they decided to
It has been announced that in some countries, such as India, the Nokia Lumia 830 will soon be phased out as they will no longer restock once the model is already sold out. However, there will be a replacement for this model. It is none other than the Nokia Lumia
You shouldn’t miss this comeback from one of the leading mobile phone manufacturers, Nokia, as they have announced that they will rejoin the mobile industry next year. Even if it has been experiencing a lot of glitches lately, sources say that they will return in 2016 with a new model.
Nokia is set to re-enter the market of Smartphones in 2016. A new report from Nokia claimed that it was looking to re-enter the market in that said year and was working on new technologies, such as virtual reality. According to a report by Re/code, which cited two people briefed
Nokia’s “Here True” cars maybe the future of the car industries and the way people travel. Nokia aims to achieve this by making the next generation 3D maps through “reality mapping.” Nokia believes that this could be the next big business for them and would serve it well for the