Nokia to Roll Out Foxconn-Made Android Smartphone in 2016

1 Jul

It is no secret Nokia plans to return to the smartphone market in 2016, and Android phones seem to be its top choice for its big comeback. Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri confirmed that his company will return to the market after its agreement with Microsoft ends, according to various overseas reports cited by DoNews on June 30.

Based on DoNews’s sources, Foxconn will be the company to manufacture Nokia’s first Android smartphone, and the device will first be launched in China, India and some European countries. Nokia will also try to kick off various marketing events around the world by the end of this year as the official sites for its new smartphones go online, the sources noted.

Foxconn had previously manufactured the Android tablet N1 for Nokia, and introduced them to the Chinese and Taiwanese markets last year. To further promote the tablets, Nokia will reportedly launch the product in more countries later this year.

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