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Faulty Nokia Displays Made by Seiko Epson

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May 2, 2002, 11:37 AM   by (staff)

Japanese display maker Seiko Epson is the supplier of faulty mobile phone screens that have led to high return rates for Nokia products, according to industry sources. Nokia acknowledged last month that an abnormally high number of its phones had been returned due to malfunctioning screens. Nokia said the supplier of the screens, which shut off and go blank, would have to carry the costs. Financial analysts estimate the cost at between $90.7 million and $136 million a quarter for repairs and replacements. Nokia said the faulty displays were mainly used in its 8200 series, and to a lesser extent in the 3000-series.

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