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HMD Global launches Nokia 2.3; bets big on Indian market

HMD Global, which sells Nokia brand of mobile phones, continues to bet heavily on the Indian market driven by the steady performance it has witnessed in the last few years, a top company executive said. HMD also unveiled its latest Nokia 2.3 smartphone here for 109 euros (about Rs 8,600) and said it will make its way into the Indian market soon. We are very happy with the India performance. We are just three years old and growing steadily. There were many brands in the Indian market but now there are much fewer. We continue to look at the market with a long term view and are committed to it, HMD Global General Manager Global Portfolio and Product Planning Pranav Shroff told PTI. He added that the company will continue to bring in an expansive range of products across different price range to cater to different users. Nokia brand phones dominated India market for about 7-8 years when mobile telephony started in the country but lost its spot to South Korean major Samsung and was also .


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