In the late 1990s and early 2000s, years before Apple iPhones and Samsung Galaxy smartphones became hot-ticket items, Nokia Corp. had some of the most popular cellphones around. Nokias past best-selling cellphones include the Nokia 3310, released in 2000, which had exciting features like a calculator, a stopwatch and the game Snake. Today, the company sells advanced smartphones such as the Nokia 6, powered by the Android operating system. The companys mobile phones are developed and licensed by its technologies segment, which also handles other consumer products, including tablet computers. The technologies segment also created Ozo, the first virtual reality camera for use by film production companies.

Technology, software and network infrastructure company Nokia provides telecommunications businesses with hardware and software used for mobile broadband data and voice communication through its mobile networks segment, and telecommunications-related services through its global services network. The companys fixed networks segment offers copper- and fiber-based internet and telephone products, including digital home devices. Nokias IP/optical networks segment provides IP routers and optical equipment for residential and business internet services, such as cloud computing. The companys applications and analytics segment offers software applications to businesses to support customer and network operations. In 2016, Nokia acquired French telecommunications company Alcatel-Lucent, furthering its reach in the wireless technology and network equipment industry. Headquartered in Espoo, Finland, Nokia Corp. dates back to a paper mill started by engineer Fredrik Idestam in 1865.

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Nokia Corp - ADR Vitals

Earnings

297.83%

Diluted EPS Growth

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Quarterly Earnings are rising

Company Fundamentals

Debt-to-Equity Ratio (most recent) Average

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37.28


Operating Margins (TTM) Average

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11.91%


Revenue (TTM) Above Average

Revenue

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$26,537.40 million


Year-Over-Year Fundamentals

Annual Revenue

-4.62%

Annual Revenue is decreasing

Quarterly Revenue

14.21%

Quarterly Revenue (Y-O-Y)

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Quarterly Revenue is rising

Free Cash Flow

-103.26%

Free Cash Flow is decreasing

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