Nokia To Make Even Cheaper Windows Phone To Compete With Android ‘Aggressively’

Posted on Jun 14 2012 - 4:08pm by Editorial Staff

The Finnish mobile giant today fired away four back-to-back news – 10,000 jobs cut planselling of Vertu to EQTacquisition of assets of imaging company Scalado anddebuting Nokia Reaction Bluetooth Headset with shares currently down by 17%, but still this does not stop company to think big. The company on a conference call with investors today, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop reaffirmed the company’s commitment towards Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system.

Elop put up straightly that the company need to compete with Android aggressively if they want to make a stand in the market. “The low-end price point war is an important part of that.” Does Company having a plan to bring Windows Phone, when asked, with lower price points than that of Nokia’s Lumia 610, Elop said Nokia is “absolutely” planning to do this.

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