Nokia has undergone something of an identity crisis in recent years. While they may be considered the world’s largest mobile handset manufacturer, poor smartphone and Western market sales are being buoyed by the cheap handset hungry emerging markets and it is these phones that have kept Nokia up there. They’ve also chopped and changed just about every top position...

While they remain the world’s largest manufacturer of mobile phones, Nokia has had to rely increasingly on the developing world for its sales and profits. Apple and Google Android based smartphones are considerably more popular than Nokia’s own efforts but with the release of the N8 and the N9 they hope to take some of the market share away from the two smartphone...