Nokia will expand and enhance LG Uplus’ 5G network, enabling what it says will be "seamless 5G connectivity between indoor and outdoor locations", with Nokia’s AirScale indoor solution to be deployed flexibly and upgraded easily, with the deal continuing the long-standing partnership between the two companies.
LG has made a public pledge to reassure current and future customers on future OS updates following its announcement to withdraw from the mobile industry, for select 2019 and 2020 premium models.
The exit of South Korean smartphone maker LG from the industry on 31 July will benefit at least four other players, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research says.
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