Another experiment and is by none other than our beloved Nokia (one such the company did last year when joined hand with Microsoft in $250 million deal so as to adopt Windows Phone, giving permanent divorce to its owned Symbian platform): The troubled phone maker company Nokia scrapped a project which the company hoped to rival over mass-market Google Android phones, reports Reuters citing “three sources with direct knowledge of the company’s plan.” The company abandoning Meltemi feature phone OS in further bid to cut costs. If Nokia’s scrapping plan comes into existence, the company will further risk losing its strong mass-market position where phones are priced at $100-$200. We will keep an eye on Nokia’s next move, stay tuned with us and will inform accordingly.
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