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Nokia Comeback A Success Thanks To HMD Global, Trumps Google, HTC, And One Plus Sales

HMD Global’s efforts to bring back the Nokia brand has finally borne fruit. In the latest Counterpoint analysis, Nokia beat popular smartphone brands like Google, HTC, OnePlus, and Sony. Neil Shah, a Counterpoint analyst, revealed that HMD Global sold more Nokia smartphones than more prominent brands in the industry in Q4 2017 via Twitter, reported Tech Radar. According to Counterpoint’s official website, the company identifies itself as a global industry analysis firm.
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