Nokia is no longer making phones as the rights to the brand belong to HMD Global, it's still making telecom network equipment and is aiming to buy Comptel, a fellow Finnish software company in order to stay relevant in the 4G mobile broadband equipment production.
Nokia, Ericsson and Huawei are the three biggest players on the global market for telecom equipment. 4G connection is rapidly expanding across emerging markets and 5G is being tested in various cities. So in order to stay relevant, Nokia wants to acquire Comptel for $370 million cash.
The offer is €3.04 per share, which is almost 30% more than the company’s current price. Board of directors and shareholders holding up to 48% of the shares already backed up the deal.
I feel you brah, LoL, the good ol' days of Sony Ericsson and Nokia
I remember when Ericsson had their own phones before merging with Sony, back then Sony's phones weren't even popular .
True, but the real problem is that with Same-sung and the other Apple thing, there is NO more variety in the phone market as before when Micro$oft drown Nokia and the days of Sony-Ericsson. Nokia and Sony-Ericsson knew how to take risk and shake...