Nokia has announced the launch of four new smartphones, adding them to its award-winning smartphone portfolio, including the Nokia 8 Series, Nokia 7 Plus, the new Nokia 6 and the Nokia 1 each phone is robust. In addition to the launch of these new Android-enabled smartphones, Nokia will re-launch the legendary Nokia 8110 with …
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Initial phase will focus on support for mobile networks, core solutions, special solutions for public sector
The competition in the Egyptian market among mobile phone manufacturers is at its strongest, especially with the entry of many Chinese companies in the past two years. There are now at least 15 competing brands in Egypt. In this report, Daily News Egypt reviews those who lost in the competition during 2017. According to Statista …
HMD Global, the developer of Nokia phones, has recently launched the Nokia 2 smartphone, which offers the luxury features of Nokia phones in addition to a long battery life. The company has been keen to launch a smartphone with a battery that can last up to two consecutive days. Nokia 2 will be a phone …
We aim to compete with the top three brands selling smart phones: Orabi
An official source at Nokia Networks in Egypt said that the company is working to provide services to the four mobile operators in Egypt: Vodafone, Etisalat, Orange, and Telecom Egypt. He told Daily News Egypt that the company has recently signed two contracts with two different companies, including Telecom Egypt, to carry out the development …
Company re-launches the 3310 equipped with a 22-hour talking-time battery
Nokia to launch its smartphones in Egypt mid-May
Raya expects sales of 17m mobile devices during 2016
According to El-Leithy, Nokia robust R&D spend, with pro-forma Eur 4.2 billion spent in 2014, greatly supports all our research at Bell Labs and FutureWorks
Nokia’s innovation allows drones to be monitored and controlled via LTE networks used by network operators, governments and public safety authorities
Acquisition will contribute to increasing company’s business size and provide integrated solutions, says official
Samsung represented the largest share of smart phone sales on the market, with 72.9% or EGP 5.5bn in sales over the 10-month period, according to the report.
The entrance of new players onto the market will force the company to waive a portion of this share, especially for products that compete in the Android field.
Nokia’s share price has doubled since the plan was announced in early September with Microsoft agreeing to pay €5.44bn ($7.35bn) for the loss-making company’s mobile phone division.
Currently available for sale in the Egyptian market, the Lumia 625 and Lumia 925 offer Egyptians consumers a new experience for smartphone users that seek entertainment capabilities, sleek design and high speed internet connectivity.
The new phone “raises the bar for what is possible in affordable smartphone design,” Nokia mobile executive vice president Timo Toikkanen said
Phone targets lower income users in developing markets such as the Middle East and Africa