Nokia released its first Windows Phone smartphones the other day, the Nokia Lumia 800 and the Nokia Lumia 710, and from what we have seen so far Nokia’s Windows Phone devices look promising.
Now it would appear that Nokia could also be considering getting into the tablet market, with Microsoft’s Windows 8, As Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop recently told the FT, that Windows 8 could present an interesting opportunity for Nokia.
“One of the things that we are excited about in terms of support for the Windows Phone are the announcements made around Windows 8 for tablets and personal computers,” Elop said. “When you see the user experience from the Nokia Lumia environment appearing on hundreds of millions of tablets and PCs in the future, you can see that there is a clear synergy between all those environments. So that presents an interesting opportunity for Nokia.”
We are looking for war to seeing what other Windows Phone devices Nokia will release next year, and the possibility for a Windows 8 tablet from Nokia sounds interesting.
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