In a new report substantiating some earlier rumors, The Verge has revealed that Finnish handset maker Nokia has been working on a low-end Android-based - codenamed 'Normandy' - for quite a while now.
In a press release on Wednesday, the European Commission said that it has given its approval to Microsoft's US$7 billion acquisition of Finnish handset maker Nokia's devices and services division. The acquisition plans were announced by Microsoft and Nokia in early September.
According to a new statistics released by market research firm Kantar Worldpanel ComTech on Monday, the share of Microsoft's Windows Phone smartphone operating system has increased to a noteworthy 9.2 percent in key European markets.
Microsoft, Nokia reportedly started acquisition talks in February; settled on price of $8bn deal in JulySubmitted by Neelesh Raghuwanshi on Wed, 09/04/2013 - 09:08
According to reports citing unidentified sources familiar with Microsoft's Nokia handset-business acquisition deal, the talks between the two companies commenced in February 2013, after both sides agreed that their two-year-old partnership on smartphone development was not yielding the desired results.
Nokia and Verizon revealed on Friday that the new Lumia 928 Windows Phone will be available on May 16. The new Lumia 928 is redder and crisper than its previous version.
Enough has been said about the Nokia Smartphones and company finally seems to understand the requirement and expectations of the consumers. Nokia is now planning to hit China market with two low and high range phones.
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