On September, Microsoft and Nokia will hold a joint media event when they are projected to launch the very first smartphone of Microsoft — Windows Phone 8. This is a week before it is regarded the announcement of Apple’s iPhone5.
On Wednesday, the Chief Executive of the Finnish company, Stephen Elop remarked that the company would disclose their new smartphone with the use of the recent smartphone software from Microsoft.
Apple’s iPhone5 is alleged to have 4G capacities and a larger screen, anticipated to be launched this coming September 12 in a San Francisco event of the company.
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There has been reports already regarding Windows Phone devices from the likes of Samsung, HTC, and LG.
However what Microsoft fans are trying to keep an eye on are definitely the reports which will be originating from Nokia World from London this week.
The Finnish company which is the world’s biggest mobile phone manufacturer by devices, has bet all of its chips on Microsoft company, stating that it could well be utilizing Windows Phone on all of its smartphones. Microsoft, for the time being, is depending on Nokia to create the Windows Phone os a critical competitor in . . . → Read More: Microsoft Fans Keeping an Eye on Nokia as it Rolls Out Windows Phones
Stephen Elop, Nokia CEO, speaks about the future of Meego based gadgets to those who did not get the message plainly from Nokia. Nokia is going to discard Meego whatever the market response of N9 would be.
These days, Nokia has provided the world fairly a show with their latest astonishing gadgets, which is not normal for Nokia. From the far behind in the smartphone rivalry, the latest Nokia N9 is showing an indication of development which was essential for Nokia to retrieve in the rivalry. Yet whatever it may appear, this is not the step Nokia is going to get. That perhaps could . . . → Read More: Nokia Releases Last Meego Phone
Nokia and Microsoft are in discussion of a partnership, which will provide the two companies an opportunity to acquire back in the smartphone game that they have mislaid lately to Apple and Google, according to the report of Bloomberg that confirms the rumors that have been floating around for a while.
Stephen Elop, the Nokia CEO who is an ex-Microsoft employee, has been conversing to Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO, concerning running newest mobile operating system of Microsoft- Windows Phone 7, on their phones. He held comparable discussion with CEO of Google, Eric Schmidt; on the other . . . → Read More: Plans About the Partnership Between Nokia and Microsoft