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Nokia is gaining market share, outselling a number of other brands in the Q4 of 2017, reports says

cjmagowan  —  11 months ago ( Feb 14, 2018 )    |    News, Technology

Despite what market you are in, Figures plays an important role with each and every move and during the course of the holiday season last year in the mobile space, it turns out that Nokia, a brand of devices that’s being sold by HMD Global is beating the likes of Google, HTC, Sony, Lenovo or even the fan favorite OnePlus as reported by Counterpoint analyst Neil Shah on Twitter.

Roughly at a total of 4.4 million units sold in the entirety of last year, that’s not really competing in numbers compared to the big players such are Apple, Samsung or Huawei but the fact that it’s beating other known players in the mobile market for just a year of existence means that the power of the brand and that the Nokia brand is still synonymous with quality plus the fact that HMD Global is keeping that sense of Quality Assurance to customers is by far the most convincing evidence that the brand name is getting back to its feet faster that we have anticipated.

While the market share for Nokia is still far from the top from which if the current figures are true, that Puts the brand at the 11th place however if the trend surge right up as it progresses through 2018 and so on, it might just as well overtakes whatever is on the top in just a few years and that HMD Global would continue to bring forth what customers always love with the brand and fulfill its promises like that it uses to do today.

Over a week from now, rumors has it that Nokia will bring new surprises in Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, we’ll see what’s in store for us customers as it might just be that our next smartphone 2018 could be the new Nokia device.