Nokia, Windows Enter Smartphone Foray
The phone is the company's first smartphone since the Nokia N9, which never reached the United States after its June debut.
The company plans to introduce a Windows Phone lineup in the U.S. early next year, but they have not said whether the Lumia will be available.
From The New York Times:
The Nokia-Microsoft alliance is a last-chance effort of sorts for both companies to find traction and market share in the critical, fast-growing smartphone business, devices that are rapidly becoming the favored cellphone sold in many markets.
Nokia and Microsoft are being forced play catchup, as Apple, Google and Samsung, the U.S. market leader and largest seller of phones that run Google’s Android operating system, have distanced themselves from Nokia during the software transition.
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