Nokia to resume smartphone manufacturing :CEO

Nokia, once global leader and credible name as global mobile phone manufacturing company, has decided to resume its phone business once again. Nokia is going to start manufacturing smartphones in last three months of 2016. The dates set right after the expiration of its agreement with Microsoft Company that transferred Nokia mobile department to Microsoft.

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In one of his latest interview in Manager Magazine of Germany, the CEO of Nokia states that in 2013 the Microsoft Company had bought Devices and services division of Nokia along with an agreement that ends months before 2016. According to the agreement Nokia will not manufacture Smartphones. Now Nokia has informed its customers that it will make a comeback in the smartphone markets in the third quarters of 2016.

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The CEO further said that the company considers it a prime duty to provide best services to customers. And as the strong relationship between Nokia and its customers lasted for a long time the company is trying to pay them the best.

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The CEO expresses regret on stepping down from its phone manufacturing business which was taken over by Microsoft and also ran successfully with a notable profit. Nokia still claims that its customers hold great expectations to the company that it may bring the devices with its epic credibility. Therefore the company steps in to the market to provide the best and most updated technology to its customers.

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The company promises that after the expiration of the agreement with the Microsoft Company it will show off in the market once again. It prefers to get into the markets with worlds best Smartphones with affordable prices as it follow the decade old philosophy of the company that says Nokia Connecting People. Nokia climes that it is here to connect people with people and prices should not be a barrier in the connectivity.

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