The deal is complete, and Nokia’s handset division now belongs to Microsoft, effectively meaning Microsoft is now selling an Android smartphone.
That smartphone is the Nokia X range, and in an open letter to the community Stephen Elop, head of Microsoft Mobile Oy, promised to continue to support the handset range.
And we are committed to continuing our support for feature phones, the Asha family, and the Nokia X family of devices, announced at the Mobile World Congress in February.
Given that the team has not changed, we can assume the roadmap will remain unchanged, and we will be seeing many more Android handsets, possible branded Microsoft.
How the world has changed…