Nokia is likely to showcase its much anticipated Windows Phone 7 based smartphone, which may also boast a new operating system, during the Communic Asia 2011, the annual telecom event, in Singapore.
Although Nokia has not divulged anything about it officially, but speculations are rife after the handset maker sent invitations to journalists, saying “Join Nokia Connection to experience First-hand the new Ecosystem that will be introduced to the world”, for Nokia Connection 2011 scheduled for 21 June along sides Communic Asia 2011 in Singapore.
Stephen Elop, the chief executive officer of Nokia, will be present to officially unveil the Windows based devices along with Marko Ahtisaari, senior vice president design at Nokia, who will be talking about the design aspect of the new smartphones.
Nokia has made it clear that it is a demonstration only event and nothing other than the products’ technical specification will be discussed. Hence, even though the devices will be unveiled, Nokia will not say the actual date of its availability in the market.
Whatever the case might be, the good news is that Nokia will finally be unveiling the Windows Phone 7 based devices before the world for the first time putting an end to all the speculations and rumours that are presently flooding the market pertaining to the launch of these smartphones.