The Chinese telecom giant Huawei has “no plans” to take over from Nokia. Previously the head of Huawei’s consumer division, Richard Yu, was quoted as saying: “We prefer to consider acquisitions of this type
The sheet had the head of Huawei’s consumer division, Richard Yu, was quoted as saying. “We prefer acquisitions of this type considered. The combination might have some synergy, but depends on the willingness Nokia. We remain open. “He was questioned before the presentation of a new Huawei-top model in London.From corporate circles already rumored that there are no concrete plans for a takeover. The second-largest network equipment supplier Huawei has meanwhile become the third largest smartphone maker in the world after Samsung and Apple. Nokia, however, lost in the paragraph following the lead group and now struggles with the Microsoft Windows Phone operating system step by step, from the valley.