Nokia is still among the top smartphone players in the GCC market, despite the stiff competition and declining growth in the overall industry, according to the General Manager – Middle East of HMD Global. “In the UAE, we were among the top 5 smartphone players. If you look at feature phones and smartphones, we are number one”, said Sanmeet Singh Kochhar. This comes at a time when shipments of mobile phones to the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) fell 9.4 percent year on year in 2018 to total 23.6 million units, the lowest since 2013.
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