"Nokia is ready to proide handsets which would be LTE-enabled in the Indian market," Jasmeet Gandhi, head (serices marketing) of Nokia India said.
Launching three feature-phones in the city here today, Gandhi said that Nokia would blur the difference between high-end smartphones and feature-phones by proiding arious applications on the handsets.
He said that feature-phones was the fastest growing category in the Indian market as these handsets were enabling users to connect to the internet at a reasonable prices compared to expensie smartphones.
Gandhi said sales of smartphones had not peaked up as expected due to low penetration of 3G bandwidth among the users.
Mobile phone maker Motorola Mobility Inc posted a fourth quarter loss on weak revenue on Thursday in what could be its last report before a planned ...