According to the latest rumors, the Finnish company would be ready to return to the market with at least three new Android smartphones
The return of Nokia in the phone market is no longer a mirage.
The confirmation comes directly from one of the executives of HMD Global, the Finnish company that is helping Nokia to make smartphones.
HMMD Global over the years has managed to make a name for itself in the industry and will make the new devices directly with Foxcoon, the Chinese company that also produces iPhones.
For the moment there is no news on the names of the next Nokia smartphones nor on the number of models that will be launched. But in the meantime the hype within the world of telephony is very high, fans of the Finnish company were waiting for this moment for a long time. The partnership between Nokia and Microsoft didn't go according to expectations and for both companies it was a washout. Now, the Finnish company wants to get back to having its say in the sector it dominated in the late 90s and early 2000s.
The new Nokia smartphones
The Finnish company wants to make things big and will not be content to present only a smartphone: according to the forecasts would be at least three or four devices that Nokia is developing for the occasion. The goal is to occupy all price ranges, from low cost up to the top of the range, but with a focus on value for money. In fact, Nokia is convinced that to return to be competitive in a complicated sector such as smartphones, it will be necessary to focus not only on technical features, but also on lower prices compared to competitors.