Just yesterday, we were telling you about the so-called Nokia Sparrow, which is said to be something in between a laptop and a MID (mobile internet device).
Now Nokia has confirmed that it’s seriously thinking about entering the laptop business, although it didn’t give any clear details regarding the matter.
According to Reuters, Nokia’s CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo was asked whether the company has any intentions of entering the market dominated by the likes of HP, Dell and Acer.
His answer was that Nokia is “looking very actively also at this opportunity,” thus we might soon see Nokia-branded laptops on the market – and the rumored Nokia Sparrow could indeed be in the making.
After all, if Acer has smartphones, why shouldn’t Nokia have notebooks too?
(this is our Nokia Sparrow mockup)
Of course, it will probably be hard for Nokia to successfully enter the already crowded laptop biz. However, the Finnish company surely has enough resources for this, so let’s wait and see if its intentions will indeed materialize.
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