Tech

What To Expect From Nokia At The Mobile World Congress

By Justin Lee , Feb 02, 2017 03:01 AM EST

Nokia will be joining the Mobile World Congress 2017 conference. This is according to the invitation that the company has posted on its website. Nokia asks its fans to join the company at the Fira Gran via Hall 3 stand 3A10 for the MWC 2017 event dated Feb 27 to March 2. Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri is also expected to hold a press update on February 26 at 1:00 in the afternoon at the Hesperia Tower Gran Via 144, L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona.

Nokia And HMD Global Relationship

The Nokia company may have been known for its mobile phones. However, it's worth noting that HMD Global has now acquired the licensing rights to the Nokia smartphone brand. Meaning, every Nokia Android that you will be seeing is made by HMD Global, and although Nokia will also help in the design and marketing of the new products, it is HMD Global who will be responsible for the manufacturing and distribution of the new Android smartphones. As per NokiaMob, Nokia will only be licensing its brand to HMD Global and in return, receive royalties for each device sold by HMD.

Nokia's Mobile World Congress Conference

Nevertheless, Nokia still has different things prepped up for its consumer base. As per the company's website, they will showcase their innovations in ultra-broadband networks, Internet of Things and cloud solutions alongside immersive technologies. Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri is expected to discuss the "4th Industrial Revolution", while Micheal Clever, Nokia's Head of the Core Cluster is expected to discuss the "Disruption at the Network Edge". Marcus Weldo, Nokia Bell Labs' President and Chief Technology Officer will be discussing the "4YFN - Internet of Things". These are just some of the topics that Nokia is expected to discuss. According to their website, there will also be talks about "Cars as a Service", "5G Beyond the Hype: Value And Building Blocks" and more.

© 2020 ITECHPOST, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
Real Time Analytics