In 1865 Nokia was introduced as a Finnish Pulp Mill, since those days the company underwent various transformations before focusing on telecommunications in 1990.
In 2013 Microsoft purchased Nokia’s Smartphone and patents business for $7.6 billion, at the time it was considered a steal. As it turned out the purchase proved to be a total failure, with 8,000 people subsequently losing their jobs.
In modern times Nokia have returned to the smartphone market via a licensing agreement with HMD Global.
As long as Nokia’s Smartphone’s remain popular, Mobile Lyme will continue to supply top quality accessories.
The team at Mobile Lyme would like to wish Nokia all the best for the future.