Nokia sold its smartphones division to Microsoft, but what’s left of the company is reportedly planning a return to the market once the terms of that deal – which bar it from competing in the mobile market for a set period of time – elapse. 

“The company has been staffing up and hard at work on products for next year and beyond,” claimed Recode in its report, citing the company’s existing N1 tablet as a blueprint for its future strategy. “The N1 serves as a model of what the company hopes to do: Design cool products and then license the designs and Nokia brand to a company that will not only do the manufacturing, but also be responsible for sales and distribution,” it claims. The report adds that Nokia is considering a move into virtual reality technology in some form.

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