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 hand things didn’t produce well there, taking away the chance of a Nokia phone running Android, in any case for now.
On February 11, Nokia is holding an occasion in London, where they will reveal their latest plan for the upcoming and it’s extremely probable that they will appear and corroborate their partnership with Microsoft afterward. While the plan of a Nokia phone running Windows Phone 7 does sound thrilling, we speculate if the OS itself is prepared for primetime action.
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