Once considered to be the biggest mobile phone makers in the world, Nokia’s fate took a U-turn in 2011 when it decided to tie up with Microsoft’s Windows Phone and sideline Android. However, Nokia is coming back to normalcy again and the company is offering three handsets at the same time.
Nokiapoweruser has spotted that Nokia has unveiled a chart at Capital Markets Day presentation where it presented its plans for next two years. In that Nokia has stated that it will return to smartphone making in 2017. For 2018, Nokia plans to include VR technology expansion, growth and development in remote patient care in Digital Health along with sustained patent licensing growth and diversification. Another good news is that this time Nokia has decided to partner with Android.
There are rumours that the high-end phones will be priced at around Rs 30,000, while the mid-range device is expected to be priced somewhere around Rs 20,000.
Nokia lovers, the time to return back to the status of ‘brand loyal customers’ is coming soon!