Nokia: We Have A ‘Contingency Plan’ For Windows Phone

Posted on Jul 2 2012 - 3:17pm by Editorial Staff

Although Nokia is on the full zigzag ride these days, but still there is more to come: Nokia’s chairman Risto Siilasmaa, recently speaking on television said that the company having a “contingency plan” which will help the forthcoming Windows Phone 8 not to fall, according to Finnish newspaper Yle Uutiset. Earlier, Nomura Analysts cut Nokia sales estimates to $7.5 billion as well as Finland Prime Minister clearly stated that the troubled Nokia not the country’s-owned business and it would not invest in Nokia shares, but what with this current report it is clear the Nokia’s love for Windows Phone still high and will continue to follow the suit.

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