It seems that Nokia could soon jump into the lucrative market for wearables, information coming from the company itself having recently changed its bylaws to include “consumer wearables, “or to put in another way, wearable devices such as Smartwatchs or bracelets.

Moreover, the company already is working on one of them with a smart laptop with an unconventional design, as it includes several screens and each serves a different function.

Although by now we don’t know that when Nokia will launch its first smart handheld device, but according to assumption during 2016 the company will return to its business of smartphones, it will not be back all the way, because it depends on other manufacturers of smartphones manufacturing, and one of these could be Foxconn, responsible for making iPhone among others.

via: Vr-Zone

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