Nokia came out on Sunday and denied that it was working on a mobile handset for the consumer market.
Nokia is reportedly considering making mobile phones again after selling its handset business to Microsoft, Re/code reported.
Nokia is in advanced talks to acquire wireless network equipment maker Alcatel Lucent, the Finnish firm confirmed on Tuesday.
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Nokia, for one, is glad to see its mobile handset division off the books. The Finnish mobile firm said its financial performance for the latest quarter was boosted by the sale of the handset division to Microsoft, the Wall Street Journal reports.
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