That is incorrect. Only Nokia "feature" phones (yes those dumb things costing £20 with Tesco £20 pre-pay preloaded)... are owned by Foxconn subsidiary in Vietnam. Nokia smartphones and tablets divisions is completely separate entity (kind of sadly, because Foxconn is probably only company which is able to revive it.. after all it makes iPhones).
That "Nokia changed ownership once again" is a bit misleading... Nokia didn't change ownership. Microsoft sold the rights to manufacture FEATURE PHONES under the Nokia brand, along with their manufacturing facilities, to a Foxconn subsidiary. Nokia, the original Finnish parent company which sold their smartphone division to Microsoft a few years back, is returning to the smartphone business since the time they were supposed to stay out of that business according to the terms of the acquisition is over.
So the bit of news regarding Nokia isn't that it's changed hands, but rather that Nokia smartphones will truly be the product of Nokia's design, research, and development once again. Big difference, if you ask me.
- - - Connecting people once more: Nokia phones, tablets are coming back............thannks for this news gsmarena.
Hey mister.... The biggest news of week was return of Nokia.... Simply see how many comments in comments section. This guy at gsmarena may just forgot or a Nokia hater. I'm not saying that Nokia will kill Samsung and apple and will be best in business or Nokia will rule the world or blah blah blah. I'm just saying that return of Nokia is biggest news this week and I can bet it got most visits