The worldâ€™s largest handset maker is ramping up its focus in India with the global launch of seven new products predominantly aimed at the market here. ET spoke to Nokiaâ€™s entry business unit design director Antti Kujala , and president, sales & portfolio management mobile phones (APAC), Alex Lambeek . Excerpts:
ET: Will any of the seven handsets that Nokia launched be manufactured in your plant in Chennai?
Alex Lambeek: All the handsets that we launched on Thursday will be manufactured at our plant in Chennai â€” in fact six of the seven handsets will be made in India. While I cannot reveal numbers, these handsets are volume driven products. Our Chennai plant has already manufactured over 25 million handsets since its began operations.
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