Nokia plans a smart return to Irish screens

Nokia is arriving back on Irish television this week for the first time in 18 months as the company tries to establish itself in consumers’ minds as a maker of smartphones, and not just of the traditional handsets that are its biggest sellers.

26th March, 2011

Nokia is arriving back on Irish television this week for the first time in 18 months as the company tries to establish itself in consumers’ minds as a maker of smartphones, and not just of the traditional handsets that are its biggest sellers.

The giant Finnish mobile phone group has just signed a deal with Microsoft that will see it launch a new generation of smartphones within the next two years.

But for now, it’s...

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