Techradar have spoken to Qualcomm about their relationship with Nokia.
Noting Nokia had managed an impressive achievement by bringing the Nokia Lumia 800 to market in only 6 months, he said the 1.4 Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor used by the handset was not the end of their relationship, but rather just the beginning.
"We are working on a roadmap [with Nokia] and not a single device, a single launch. It’s an important collaboration for Qualcomm, so we are very excited about working together. It’s been very effective in terms of time to market because we developed the phone together. It’s been a very successful development" said Enrico Salvatori, president of Qualcomm CDMA technologies in Europe.
"It is very important for the market that [there is] integration of not only the GPU, CPU and modem but also in terms of a high level OS. So delivering a fully integrated platform with Microsoft [or] with Android is [best for] our customers."
Windows Phone is expected to get dual-core support by the middle of next year with Windows Phone 8.
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