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  Reply # 895615 14-Sep-2013 15:03
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paulmilbank: Seems Nokia were testing internally:
http://www.wpcentral.com/secrets-inside-nokia-had-android-microsoft-had-surface-phone

makes sense that they would have explored all the available options before picking a path.


Interesting article.  Perhaps there was some substance after all to the rumours that Nokia wasn't happy with the development being done by Microsoft on Windows Phone.  It would seem from reading that article that Nokia were looking to the future in the next year or two, this wasn't part of the process to decide which OS to replace Symbian or Meego.

Was the possibility of Nokia dumping WP a driver for Microsoft to buy the Nokia handset division?




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  Reply # 898807 20-Sep-2013 02:42
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The project still appears to be active and won't be cancelled until the Microsoft deal is final.
Foxconn already made 10,000 prototypes:
http://www.unwiredview.com/2013/09/19/nokia-still-working-on-android-phone-wont-cancel-until-november-foxconn-already-made-10k-prototypes/




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