Trading in a mobile over the coming weeks will give customers a chance to be part of Nokia's “fresh start”, if one expert is to be believed.
Ernest Doku, tech expert at uSwitch.com, explains the Finnish brand's recent strategy briefing paints an exciting picture of the future.
He admits the manufacturer has probably slipped behind Apple and HTC in the smartphone market in recent times, but its revolutionary plans should catapult it back into contention.
And those who would like to be a part of it may be best off trading in a mobile and putting the money towards one of Nokia's finest handsets.
One of the major changes is the company's new partnership with Microsoft, which will allow it to use the Windows Phone 7 operating system.
Nokia and Microsoft confirmed they are teaming up last week, noting their aim is to create a global ecosystem with unrivalled reach and scale.
Posted by Samantha Green