Nokia has announced that it will be reintroducing its Lumia 720 and 520 handsets in a few emerging Asian markets this quarter at price points of $329 and $185, respectively, before carrier subsidies or taxes. In this video, Motley Fool tech and telecom analyst Andrew Tonner discusses the implications of this move for Nokia and its relationship with Microsoft and how selling handsets in these markets at these price points could mean more competition for Apple if and when it enters the lower-cost smartphone race.
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