Even with the boost that 5G deployments should provide, I do not believe Nokia will deliver everything that much long-term development. That doesn’t mean I’m negative on Nokia. Today I believe the shares are still undervalued, with a possibility that expectations for 5G deployments could improve with time, not forgetting potential outperformance from technology licensing and non-traditional/ancillary marketplaces.

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