Nokia: The Sleeping Giant to Return?

Simon Barton

At Mobile World Congress, Nokia announced that it is set to embark on a ten-year plan to reassert itself as a dominant smartphone manufacturer. The company also communicated plans for a base station which could bring operators 5G connectivity as early as 2017. A decade ago there was no such thing as a smartphone, no real competition in the mobile market, and about five phones a user could choose from. Back then, Nokia ruled the world. In many ways the company’s phones were the antith...
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