Last week Nokia announced that their first Windows Phone 7 devices would launch in Europe in quarter 4 of 2011, and would be available in six European countries which include the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy and the Netherlands.
Now according to Eldair Murtzain, Nokia intends to manufacture just 125,000 Windows Phone 7 devices before the end of 2011, that would mean that the six countries would get around 21,000 Nokia WP7 device each to sell to customers.
It really doesn’t seem like a lot of handsets, and if Nokia are planning the companies future on Windows Phone 7 devices you would have thought that they would be producing a lot more devices.
We suspect that it wont be until the early part of next year that Nokia starts rolling out Windows Phone 7 devices to other countries outside the 6 which they have mentioned.
Source Pocket Now
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