Nokia will use several services that Microsoft today offers including search and advertising, apart from the Windows platform, and we will also work towards adding features to Windows 7 platform.
Nokia and Microsoft will produce smartphones at more price points than other smartphone brands do. The two companies have announced a partnership wherein Nokia will use Windows 7 operating system as the only smartphone platform.
Steven Elop, the chief executive officer of Nokia, said, "Nokia will use several services that Microsoft today offers including search and advertising, apart from the Windows platform, and we will also work towards adding features to Windows 7 platform."
He further added, "We will continue to invest in research to create the next disruption." He was referring to services that will have the potential to create new markets in future.
Engadget too has revealed what it claims is the Nokia Windows 7 concept. If these are signs of things to come, the future certainly looks exciting. It also means that both the companies have already spent significant time on the products of the partnership.
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