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Nokia's Chief Executive Officer, Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo has said in an interview to Finnish national broadcaster YLE, that entering the laptop business is very appeling to Nokia, according to Reuters.

The rumous of Nokia entering the PC industry have been heard since the end of last year, but this is the first official statement regarding this issue.

It is well obvious that PC brands, like Acer, Toshiba, HP and Lenovo, are attacted by the strong profit margins in the smartphone industry, but less obvious why the world's top cellphone maker is trying to work its way on an industry with low-margins.

The mobile Internet, and the converge between cellphones and PCs could be the answer, according to Olli-Pekka.

The mobile terminal market will drop around 10% this year, according to different studies, meaning that mobile producers are starting to find new ways of obtaining profit. Looking forward to hearing more news regarding this story!