Nokia Comes with Music
Nokia Comes With Music
When Microsoft bought Nokia's mobile division and rebranded it to Microsoft Mobile, the Nokia name was removed from MixRadio, as well as the logo.
Microsoft's ownership of MixRadio was short-lived and in 2015, it sold MixRadio to LINE Corporation so Microsoft could focus on Groove Music and its streaming service. LINE ended MixRadio in 2016 and gave former users an extended trial period for Groove Music Pass.
Mobile phones (brand currently licensed to HMD Global since 2016)