Nokia In Search Of Partner To Re-enter The Cell Phone Business

Posted: Jul 14 2015, 11:45am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 14 2015, 11:48am CDT, in Technology News


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Nokia in search of partner to re-enter the cell phone business

Nokia plans to re-enter into Mobile market by next year

Nokia on Monday issued an announcement elucidating its plan to re-enter the cell phone business by next year. Some time recently, Finnish organization noticed that one of the conceivable approaches to get over into successful mobile business is through brand-permitting model.

Robert Morlino, representative for Nokia Technologies, said that Nokia is searching for an accomplice that can assume liability for the greater part of the manufacturing, deals, advertising, and client support for the products.

Saying the reentry into the mobile business is complicated and confused; Morlino said, "If and when we find a world-class partner who can take on those responsibilities, we would work closely with them to guide the design and technology differentiation, as we did with the Nokia N1 Android tablet. That's the only way the bar would be met for a mobile device we'd be proud to have bear the Nokia brand, and that people will love to buy."

The company clearly states that the accomplice they are searching for ought to be ready to do all the hard work and ought to have the capacity to work nearly with Nokia to convey any product. Nokia as an organization presently exists in versatile mobile network infrastructure, mapping services and technology development and licensing segments.

Morlino when asked about the licensing partner and upcoming device along with them said, "We will look for the right partner who can take on the heavy lifting and work closely with us to deliver a great product. As we agreed with Microsoft, the soonest that could happen is Q4 2016 - so it's safe to say Nokia won't be back (at least in phone form...) before then."

A month ago, Nokia's CEO Rajeev Suri had additionally uncovered plans to re-enter the Smartphone business, at least, one year from now.

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