Tech Rumor Confirmed: Nokia Touchscreens
Nokia (NOK) has outlined its plans to bring new touchscreen and Qwerty keyboard smartphones to the market later this year.
On an earnings conference call Thursday with analysts, Nokia chief Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo said touchscreens and Qwerty devices were important and that the company will "renew our portfolio meaningfully."
Toward the end of this year, Kallasvuo said, Nokia will introduce mid-range and higher-priced phones to "cover more Qwerty and touch, and the combination of the two."
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