Nokia's North American troubles continue

Nokia may be the world's largest handset maker, but the Finnish giant has not found a way to get a strong foothold in the North American market, especially in the United States. Its smartphones often do not reach the United States until months after their European release, leaving the company behind the likes of Samsung and LG. Fortune article

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