Sunday, February 13, 2011

Microsoft Partners with Nokia




t has been annouced! Nokia's smart phone division has officially partnered with Microsoft, and discarded their old Symbian system like a used piece of toilet paper. Rightfully so, as Sybiam has been consistantly slipping down, and has been passed by Android in the market.

That being said, Microsoft will be supplying the operating system for all Nokia smart phones, giving them all Windows 7 Phone. I personally own a Windows 7 Phone, and I love every bit of it. This is huge for both Microsoft and Nokia, and it also shows that Microsoft is serious in ensuring the sucess of Windows 7 Phone.

Check it out!

17 comments:

Glovey said...

This is interesting... Nokia is certainly being affected by recession and then they go partner with the giant microsoft who's market share is being slowly eaten away from HP/Apple etc... Hmm I don't know what the outcome of this will be! Good post my man keep it up!

cooperlife said...

Windows 7 Phone can't manage CPU distribution properly.

Chris said...

I think Microsoft got a great deal out of this. Nokia, not so much, as they could have gone to Google for Android

Chocolatecoins14 said...

I feel good things are to come by this hopefully. :)

Con Queso said...

Anything to have an alternative to the iPhone, I'm happy with.

Zoe! said...

This is sweet!

Thuganomics said...

ah, so many choices in terms of os now

TreeBranchez said...

I'm not due for an upgrade till the end of this year, but hopefully this will put Nokia right back on track. I loved the N95 but the N97 is horrible...

Les said...

Always good when the market diversifies.

PvtCarlin said...

Microsoft has a secret alliance with google, and together on Dec 21, 2012, they will take over the world!

swagdigital said...

This is an interesting move. We shall see what happens. Android your move.

Rose said...

oh snap

Mister Sharaf said...

interesting

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wutssz said...

Android and Iphone will make ownage on the smartphone market. I always like Nokia but now... I just don't know.

Das Auto! said...

should be seeing some interesting things from them then

Braingeyser said...

It'll be deeply fascinating to see where this ends up. Kudos!

Buckaroopopcorn said...

I don't want one. I'd need a second phone for when this one was updating (which would probably be every day).

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