The majority of Windows Phone 7 smartphones feature Qualcomm processors, but it looks like this may change when Nokia releases their first range of Windows Phone 7 devices.
According to a recent report by Forbes, Nokia will be using ST-Ericsson’s processors, which is a joint venture between STMicroelectronics and Swedish telecoms company Ericsson.
The report mentions that ST-Ericsson will be one of two suppliers of processors for Nokia’s new Windows Phone 7 handsets, and the first processor from ST-Ericsson that will be used in a Nokia WP7 device is the dual core U8500 processor.
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