Nokia USâ€™s executive vice president of sales and marketing, Chris Weber told Fierce Wireless that in 2013 the company was focussing on expanding their device profile on 3 of the 4 major carriers in USA.
"We constantly evaluate, in the U.S. market or whatever market, what partners we’re with," he said. "Right now our focus is really on broadening the portfolio with AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile."
Sprint has recently snubbed the company by choosing Samsung and HTC for their first Windows Phone 8 handsets.
He said they were working on getting a high-end, mid-range and low-end Lumia devices at all of its carrier partners. Currently Nokia only have mid-range devices on T-Mobile and Verizon, reserving the Nokia Lumia 920 flagship for AT&T.
He also told Fierce Wireless that the company would be concentrating even more on imaging and their location platform in 2013, and would always be looking for the â€œor two things that really excite the consumer."
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