I am curiously excited by Nokia's return to the smartphone market. But the newly-announced handsets are not enough.
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The Finnish firm HMD is picking up right where Nokia left off, with a family of Android-based smartphone handsets. The best part? They're all gorgeous and affordable.
HMD is set to launch its first Nokia-branded smartphone, the Nokia 6. But it will be available only in China and isn't a flagship.
Nokia will formally re-enter the smartphone market in early 2017 with a family of Android-based handsets. But make no mistake: This is not the Nokia of old.
And just like that, the parts of Nokia that made the company special have been scattered to the wind. The latest casualty: MixRadio has been axed by its new owner, LINE.