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Wednesday, 25 May 2011 08:43

Nokia to launch Windows phone in Q4

Written by Fudzilla staff


So long Symbian
Nokia is reportedly planning to introduce its first smartphones based on the Windows Phone platform by the end of the year.

Reuters, citing Taiwanese sources, claims that the phones should ship sometime in the fourth quarter, but details are rather sketchy at this point. Nokia will apparently offer a touch screen version along with a sleek model with a proper keypad.

The transition to Windows Phone could be the final nail in Symbian’s coffin, but there is still room for Nokia’s good old OS in the low end segment.

More here.

 

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