Microsoft is reportedly selling its featurephone business to manufacturing company Foxconn, The Verge reports.
The deal, which is reportedly worth $350 million (£242 million,) will give Foxconn company FIH Mobile the right to use the Nokia brand, and 4,500 employees will also work for the new company.
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