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Nokia introduced itself to the smart television market last year. Based on what we already know about their smartphones, their TVs also offer great value for the requested price. However, they are sold exclusively in India.

Well, this exclusivity will end this year, as it is in the plans of the Finnish company to bring these products also to Europe. Something that will be realized through the StreamView brand.

StreamView to bring Nokia multimedia devices to Europe

This brand, based in Austria, has just announced the licensing of the Nokia brand for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Its aim is not only to bring Finnish televisions to these markets, but also its boxes and radios.


The first markets to receive these multimedia products will be Austria, Germany and Switzerland just in time for this year’s Christmas season. There is also the promise that more markets will be covered soon.

StreamView is committed to developing products with the Nokia brand that respect the quality that was usually attributed to the brand. That is, excellent quality of materials at a tempting price.

For now, we still don’t know when UK will be covered with these Nokia products. Hopefully, this will happen quickly, with the awareness that the Finnish woman will not have an easy task in our market.

Xiaomi is currently one of the fastest growing brands in this sector in UK. With the introduction of one more competitor, this will encourage both to strive for the products they will make available to us.

Nokia currently has a consistent portfolio in India, covering various segments of the smart television market. Hopefully, the same strategy will be applied by StreamView on our continent.

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