Predictions state that Nokia may sell mobile division in 2013
| by Shunal Doke |
It is the start of a new year, and everyone is busy making predictions like always. But one of the most shocking predictions comes from Forbes, which has projected that Nokia may end up selling its mobile division.
The prediction admits that it is bound to be the most controversial one, but nonetheless states that 2013 will be the year that Nokia sells off its phone business and infrastructure divisions to Huawei so that it can focus more on its software and services. This would be a lead up to Nokia's bets on Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 failing, and end up with it selling its smartphone group to Microsoft and the rest of its telecom interests to Huawei.
Nokia may have to sell its mobile division according to predictions
Other predictions by Forbes include 4G telecom networks becoming the new standard. This includes all of the services that are branded as 4G, LTE, WiMax, or HSPA+. It offers much faster data speed than even its closest cousin—3G. As a result of this, carriers may start marketing themselves through the size of their 4G networks. In response to this, 3G will end up becoming the low-cost option that is currently being fulfilled by 2G.
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