Microkia? - qwerty win7?
Nokia, Microsoft announcing partnership next week, possibly involving Windows Phone 7? -- Engadget
I'm going to continue to read up more about this story and collect a few more links before really giving my opinion of Nokia and Microsoft creating a partnership
Nokia Staying Mum On Windows Phone 7 Rumor - Parmy Olson - Disruptors - Forbes Dec 20th rumor comment
Nokia Shouldn't Give Up And Switch To Windows Phone 7 | News & Opinion | PCMag.com Feb 4th rumor comment
Personally I'd love to see this partnership for ME, because I really want a well built portrait qwerty keyboard,with Microsoft Office on it.
but as a company, I can't see this being good, they do so well at low cost devices and even if Microsoft provides a fantastic licensing deal, I can't see it helping them keep costs down
Last edited by deRusett; 02-05-2011 at 09:16 AM.oops...
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- 02-05-2011, 09:28 AM #2
Nokias strength has always been the quality of its hardware. They are robust and well constructed, unfortunately as most people know their software has been letting them down for some time now and has not truly evolved..
Nokia and Win 7 would be a good fit but I would surprised if the Finns adopted it as they are too proud to take on board a foreign os.
Shame as I think it would really work well. Win mobile 7 will evolve into a good os, cosidering its only on version 1 it displays some very ui already.
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