The Nokia brand will be leaving Microsoft’s Lumia handsets in short order, with Microsoft’s 2014 handsets likely not carrying evidence of their heritage.
Windows Phone has been making very steady progress under Nokia’s stewardship, particularly in areas where Nokia’s brand is strong, such as Europe, India and Latin America. Without the brand the progress of the OS could come to a screeching halt however.
Now we have been with Windows Phone since before PocketPC, when the OS still ran on PDAs, so we are pretty clear where our loyalty lie. We are however aware that many of our readers were introduced to Windows Phone via Nokia, and would otherwise be using iOS or Android handsets.
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