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Nokia Mobile said that this measure is not permanent and promised it will be back as soon as they can.
All Nokia smartphones on Flipkart and on its own webstore is showing as out of stock
Additionally, Oppo, Vivo, Realme and Xiaomi has also halted production of smartphones.
With the country going under lockdown to curb the menace of coronavirus among Indians, supply chains and production of smartphones have taken a big hit. After Realme, Oppo and Vivo halted production and cut back on inventories, HMD Global-owned Nokia Mobiles have stated they are suspending its operations in India till further notice.
Nokia Mobile said that this measure is not permanent but because of suspended operations, the company will not be able to fulfil pending orders and other services. The company promised they will be back as soon as they can.
“In light of administrative directives around the Covid-19 outbreak, we are unable to fulfil any orders and the service is suspended. It will be our effort to resume at the earliest, we regret the inconvenience. Stay safe in the meantime,” Nokia wrote in a statement to nokiamob.net.
Additionally, all Nokia smartphones on Flipkart and on its own webstore is showing up as out of stock, primarily because it’s difficult to move inventories with restrictions on logistics and supply chain.
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