Nokia struggling to regain market popularity

Nokia struggling to regain market popularity

It’s been revealed that the once almighty Nokia is struggling to provide effective competition against the likes of Apple and Android operated devices.

The new general manger of Nokia’s Australian headquarters ‘Chris Carr’ has stated that the former world dominating and household brand ‘Nokia’ needs to develop vital strategies to combat the likes and emergence of leading mobile phone manufacturers such as Apple, HTC and Sumsung.

“It’s an exciting but challenging time ahead for Nokia both locally and globally. We’ve got a lot of work to do but I’m confident we can continue to deliver solutions that people want, build on our footprint and strengthen mindshare, particularly at the high-end.”

Read more at current.com.au – We have a lot of work to do’: beleaguered Nokia’s new boss

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