Nokia introduced the Nokia N9, the first-ever pure touch smartphone that is all about making things simpler. Nokia N9 focuses on the most important things that people do: use apps, get notifications and switch between different activities. Navigating the UI is done with a simple gesture, a swipe of a finger. Let’s have a closer look at what the Nokia N9 is bringing to the game.
Nokia has launched its first Android smartphone under the Microsoft regime. The 4.3-inch Nokia X2 runs a Nokia X Software Platform thats based on Android. Microsofts acquisition of Nokia was expected to put the kibosh on Nokias experimental, Android-based Nokia X smartphone.
The Nokia-Microsoft deal that will see the former’s handset business find a new home at the latter is still a go, and should wrap in the first quarter of this year. That gives the deal around 1.5 months to get itself over the finish line.
Nokia today released a statement to that effect, emphasizing that a tax squabble in India would not impact the closing of the deal.