Microsoft Takes over the Limping Nokia-Business

The last figures from Nokia as an independent mobile business was not good, to say the least.

Microsoft bought the part of Nokia, which dealt with mobile phones, but the final numbers from Nokia shows that Americans have bought a little of a sinking ship.

Nokia’s sales figures show that Finns sold for 30 percent less than the same period last year, as Microsoft has a lot of work ahead of it to correct these numbers.

Part of the explanation may lie in the fact that although sales in Europe by Nokia and their Windows Phones goes reasonably well, then it’s a different story in the United States and especially China, where only one percent of the Chinese smartphones have just this operating system.

The Finns expect after the sale of the mobile Department not to withdraw completely from this industry. Nokia hopes to bite itself as a supplier of software and technology, especially in the field of card services.

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