Having just announced the closure of its Regent Street store in London, Nokia has confirmed that it’s also shutting down its flagship US stores in New York and Chicago. In a statement, the company points out that 90% of handset purchases come through mobile operators, but also claims that the stores have fulfilled their purpose since “consumer awareness in the US has grown substantially”. That’s debatable, but putting more focus on its carrier relationships is a sensible strategy. Source: Engadget

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