Everything indicates that the largest cell phone manufacturer in the world, Nokia, has plans to diversify its business. What time? The laptop industry.
According to the ReutersOlli-Pekka Kallasvuo, the company's chief executive, said in a recent interview with a Finnish chain that they "are looking into this opportunity quite deeply." The rumors about this have been around for a long time, but now a verbal confirmation has been obtained from a company representative.
One of the aspects most cited by Kallasvuo is the convergence between smartphones and computers, which may explain Nokia's interest. Acer, the world's third largest notebook maker, recently entered the smartphone market. Why couldn't it happen otherwise?