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Spain: Nokia aims to conquer developing world

Spain, Barcelona
February 26, 2013 at 11:03 GMT +00:00 · Published

Spain: Nokia aims to conquer developing world

To regain its position on the mobile phone market, Nokia has launched four affordably priced phones at the Mobile World Congress, which takes place in Barcelona from February 25 until 28.

In the past couple of years Nokia has lost its position as the market leader to Apple and Samsung.

With its latest strategy Nokia hopes to conquer developing markets. China is of special interest to the Finnish phone producer as it is overtaking the United States as the world's largest mobile market.

Ayokunle Adesina, marketing manager at Nokia, explains that millions of people still do not have a mobile phone, and that Nokia wants to make handsets available to as many as people as possible.

The cheapest phone Nokia launched only costs 15 euros and could, with a battery that lasts up to 35 days, be suitable for people living in areas where reliable electricity is in short supply. The Nokia 301, which will be 65 euros, has an internet connection, a camera and video streaming capability.

In the smartphone range, Nokia launches two phones at the Barcelona congress, delivering high-end technology at affordable prices.

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Spain: Nokia aims to conquer developing world

To regain its position on the mobile phone market, Nokia has launched four affordably priced phones at the Mobile World Congress, which takes place in Barcelona from February 25 until 28.

In the past couple of years Nokia has lost its position as the market leader to Apple and Samsung.

With its latest strategy Nokia hopes to conquer developing markets. China is of special interest to the Finnish phone producer as it is overtaking the United States as the world's largest mobile market.

Ayokunle Adesina, marketing manager at Nokia, explains that millions of people still do not have a mobile phone, and that Nokia wants to make handsets available to as many as people as possible.

The cheapest phone Nokia launched only costs 15 euros and could, with a battery that lasts up to 35 days, be suitable for people living in areas where reliable electricity is in short supply. The Nokia 301, which will be 65 euros, has an internet connection, a camera and video streaming capability.

In the smartphone range, Nokia launches two phones at the Barcelona congress, delivering high-end technology at affordable prices.