Nokia last week unveiled three smartphone models aimed at reclaiming its supremacy in the highly competitive market.
“Today our fight back to smartphone leadership shifts into high gear,” said Niklas Savander, Nokia’s executive vice president.
The Finnish mobile phone maker opened its annual Nokia World event here by debuting three smartphones – the E7 business model, C7 and C6 – in addition to its previously announced N8 flagship model, all running on its latest Symbian 3 operating system.
Nokia has faced intense competition from Apple’s iPhone and smartphones using the Android operating system.
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