Group of former Nokia executives licenses the brand name from Microsoft and Nokia to make Android smartphones
o you pine for the days of your Nokia 3210? When phones were simple and the Finish company was cutting edge?
That’s the kind of nostalgia that the Nokia brand will be banking on when it returns to the smartphone market next year, after selling out to Microsoft in 2013.
A company set up by former Nokia employees called HMD Global has licensed the Nokia brand name from Microsoft, struck partnerships with device manufacturer Foxconn and intends to launch an . . .