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Nokia urges India to skip 5G trials
Over the past three years, 144 service providers have launched 5G commercially globally and gathered more than 200 million subscribers, in addition to more than 500 5G devices available, showing that 5G is well-proven, he added.
Two Nokia smartphones receive the Android Enterprise Recommendation Certificate
HMD Global today announced that the company is announcing the certification of two Nokia phones as an officially recommended Android Enterprise compatible smartphone. Nokia 5.4 will receive the “AER” (Android Enterprise Recommended) approval stamp, which runs Android 10. Meanwhile, the Nokia 8.3 5G gets the same recognition along with the latest Android 11 update.
Ethisphere names Nokia as one of the 2021 world’s most ethical companies
The Ethisphere Institue has released a complete list of the world’s most legitimate companies by 2021, and it is the fourth year of the Finnish telecommunications giant Nokia. One study named it the leader in property ownership for 5G patents, while another named Nokia as the most legitimate company in the world in 2021.
New study confirms Nokia's 5G patent leadership
The study confirms our leadership in 5G, finding Nokia to be a leader in ownership of 5G patents in both qualitative and quantitative terms.
Nokia Phones recorded 7% growth in India in the fourth quarter of 2020
The Indian smartphone market grew by 20% year-on-year in the fourth quarter of 2020. Xiaomi achieved a 27% market share in the first quarter of 2020 for the number one Smartphone brand. On the other hand, Samsung has further strengthened and led the mobile handset market in the 2020s with a market share of 19%.
The number of broadband subscribers will reach 10 million in India by 2025
Marwah, chief marketing officer of Nokia, said the growth will be driven by a nationwide expansion plan for major telecom operators. He added that small ISPs may have slowed customer growth due to their business case and funding constraints. "Telephone phones are bullish in this segment."