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Nokia appoints Samsung executive as head of technologies

The badge Nokia is eyeing a comeback in the smartphone industry led by Apple iPhone and an array of Chinese players.

By: AGENCIES
| Updated on: Jun 30 2017, 13:59 IST
The badge Nokia is eyeing a comeback in the smartphone industry led by Apple iPhone and an array of Chinese players.
The badge Nokia is eyeing a comeback in the smartphone industry led by Apple iPhone and an array of Chinese players. (Reuters file pthoo)

Senior Samsung executive Gregory Lee has been appointed as the head of Nokia's technologies unit and member of the group leadership team, the telecoms network equipment maker said on Friday.

"Gregory's passion for innovation and operational excellence, along with his proven ability to build and lead global consumer technology businesses, make him well suited to advance Nokia's efforts in virtual reality, digital health and beyond," the Finnish company added.

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The badge Nokia is eyeing a comeback in the smartphone industry led by Apple iPhone and an array of Chinese players. Recently, the company, promoted by a group of former Nokia employees called HMD Global, launched three new Android-based smartphone range -- Nokia 6, Nokia 5 and Nokia 3.

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Like several others, Samsung rose as a smartphone maker on Google's open-source Android operating system, which Nokia refused to adopt, eventually led to its downfall and bankruptcy.

(With Reuters input)

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