Nokia and Windows Partnership: Nokia Windows Phone 7 Coming Soon

Nokia and Microsoft have confirmed that the Windows Phone 7 platform will be arriving soon on Nokia smartphones.

The Windows Phone 7 operating system will become one of the primary platforms on Nokia smartphones in the coming months and years and this switch over marks a big change in direction for Nokia who were struggling a little with the Symbian operating system.

Over on the Nokia Conversations blog, this change is described as the Third Ecosystem. The ecosystem is described as bringing together “highly complementary assets and competencies will allow this ecosystem to achieve more than any other industry partnership could achieve. Welcome to the third ecosystem.”

Stephen Elop, Nokia CEO said the following:

“Today Nokia and Microsoft intend to enter into a strategic alliance. Together we will bring consumers a new mobile experience with stellar hardware, innovative software and great services. We will create opportunities beyond anything that currently exists,”

Nokia says it wont be just another other regular Windows Phone OEM, but instead, will drive and define the future of the platform.

In my eyes, Nokia has had some great hardware in the past that was let down by the software. Now, with some good hardware and a good operating system, they will make something more compelling to buy.

The graphic below explains what the Nokia and Microsoft partnership will bring:

Via: Geeky Gadgets


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