Nokia - We will not return to the market of mobile phones

In late October, it was reported that Nokia does not preclude its return to the smartphone market, but at the last meeting in London, the company's CEO Rajeev Suri denied these data, reports ZDNet. According to him, the direct interaction with the customer to establish a Finnish company will not, but she is interested in licensing the famous and popular brand.

The plans of Nokia, which now ranks third among the largest suppliers of network equipment (after Ericsson and Huawei Technologies), - to develop this area of business. The Finnish company also raised its forecast indicators of its operating profitability for the next year from 5-10% to 8-11%.

As previously reported, giving the mobile division Microsoft, Nokia has been able to significantly improve their performance. According to a recent report, the company's net profit reached 747 million euros versus a net loss of 91 million euros a year earlier. Operating profit growth was 32%. Revenue grew by 13% - to 3.32 billion euros, exceeding the forecast figures.


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