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New Nokia strengthens brand with Google’s Android One & a curved display smartphoneFebruary 25, 2018HMD Global launched five new mobile phones at MWC 2018, all with striking industrial design. By choosing to only offer handsets with Google's pure Android One or Android Oreo (Go Edition), HMD threatens to disrupt established OEMs with legacy software. The new Nokia 8110 demonstrates featurephones are evolving now with LTE and will not die soon. HMD's flagship Nokia 8 Sirocco has a stunning steel-framed dual curved edge display in a super compact frame which will target Europe.
Bold start-up HMD launches three Nokia Android smartphones, must avoid nostalgia overshadowing innovationFebruary 26, 2017HMD Global re-launched the Nokia brand into the smartphone market. HMD commits to a pure Google Android experience, Google Assistant AI as standard, and monthly security updates. HMD and Nokia's goal is for Nokia to regain its position as a major mobile handset maker. HMD must be careful not to allow the Nokia brand to become a nostalgia brand with the re-launch of classic Nokia featurephones like the Nokia 3310.
CES Show Report - 2017January 26, 2017The 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) saw renewed activity in the smartphone space. Especially Chinese manufacturers used the global stage to present new products. ...Subscribers Only
IFA Show Report - 2016October 05, 2016Internationale Funkaustellung (IFA) 2016 was an opportunity for handset makers to launch devices in the mid-range of the pricing spectrum. Samsung chose to introduce its latest flagship early and Apple followed ... .Subscribers Only
Smart Nokia phone strategy dances around Microsoft’s exit from the featurephone businessMay 18, 2016Microsoft sold its featurephone business unit to HMD and Foxconn for $350m. HMD also acquired the licence to produce Nokia branded smartphones and tablets, finalising Nokia's return to the smartphone market after selling that business to Microsoft in 2014.Subscribers Only
'Make in India' to boost domestic mobile phone manufacturingJanuary 19, 2016In September 2014, the Government of India (GOI) launched the ‘Make-in-India’ program to encourage multinational and domestic companies to manufacture their products in India, with the objective of attracting capital and technological investment in India. Within a year, by August 2015, GOI had received US$17 billion worth of proposals from foreign and homegrown companies for manufacturing electronics in India.Subscribers Only
Mobile Phones & Electronics Report - China - H2 2014January 20, 2015This IHS report provides an accurate model of China’s handset supply chain, ranging from semiconductor vendors to mobile carriers, and includes shipment forecasts by technology and by feature with a special focus on 4G and smartphone. A detailed analysis of leading domestic handset OEMs, original design manufacturers (ODMs), and the top handset independent design houses (IDHs) is also presented.Subscribers Only