Microsoft To Use ‘Nokia By Microsoft’ Branding For Upcoming Devices
It has been days since we have heard of the deal between Microsoft and Nokia reaching its final stage. The Finnish company has been acquired by Microsoft in a takeover and this doesn’t come as a surprise because over the years the two companies have remained particularly close but recently the software giant has gradually been integrating Nokia’s staff and product lines with its own business model. And during this process we heard Microsoft working towards obtaining the license for Nokia and most of the sources are saying that Microsoft would most probably go for “Nokia for Microsoft” to go on the smartphones as labels.
According to evleaks, the software company is also planning for some adjustments to the Surface tablet range. In this case, Microsoft is currently considering a switch to the recognized “Lumia” moniker and this is obviously going to bring in a huge alteration. We just hope that Microsoft has thought over all these things because Surface has only started to establish itself in the market and Lumia is known for feature-rich, quality products but still there is a risk of whether such a change would set Microsoft’s tablet endeavors even further back.
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