Nokia To Swamp 2012 With Windows Phones

Posted: May 26 2011, 8:46am CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

Nokia to swamp 2012 with Windows Phones

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Nokia says to push out new Microsoft Windows Phones 7 devices every three months.

It has been already over a half year since the first wave of Windows Phone 7 devices launched. There are actually no signs that there will be new Windows Phones until the release of Windows Phone 7 Mango in early fall. Nokia's VP of Smart Devices Jo Harlow says to change that once Nokia gets started with the first Windows Phone 7. In an interview with PCMag she said that Nokia plans to release new Windows Phones every three months.

That would be good thing for getting traction in the crowded smartphone market space. It feels like there is every other week a new Android phone coming out.

Nokia is rumored to launch the first two Windows Phone 7 devices in Q4. Of course Nokia needs to do more than just release lots of new handsets. Microsoft and Nokia need to get the eco-system for the Windows Phones up to the levels where Apple and Google are.

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