Nokia Looking to Pawn Its Vertu Luxury Line
Nokia is interested in selling off its U.K.-based Vertu subsidiary, which sells high-end cell phones. According to a report in the Financial Times, Nokia has hired Goldman Sachs to help it fetch top dollar for the cell phone unit, which is valued between $270 and $400 million. The Financial Times says that private equity groups will be the most likely buyers of Vertu, though Nokia has not confirmed the story.
Hands On with the Nokia 8
The Nokia 8 is the first flagship phone from the "new Nokia". What separates it from the rest of Nokia's current lineup is the dual-camera system with Zeiss lenses.
HMD Global Allowing Nokia 8 Owners to Beta Test Oreo
HMD Global unveiled the Nokia Phones Beta Lab, where it will make pre-release versions of software available to interested testers. The first release is a beta build of Android 8 Oreo, which is being offered to the Nokia 8 smartphone.
Vertu to Close Up Shop
Vertu is through. The company plans to shutter its doors and jettison some 200 employees, according to the Financial Times.
New Nokia Phones One Step Closer to Reality
HMD Global has hired a former Nokia executive to help kickstart its phone ambitions. HMD Global is a Finnish company that licensed the Nokia name with the intent of making Nokia-branded smartphones.
I would love to own a Vurtu
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Rick: I'll give ya 50 bucks for it..
Nokia: but...but...but i paid millions for it.
Rick: too bad
Chumlee: I'll buy it!