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This afternoon I had a chance to sit down with Nokia’s EVP of Smart Devices Jo Harlow. We talked about the day’s news, but more importantly, why today’s announcement matters to consumers. It was very interesting to get her take on why Nokia Windows Phones are exactly what customers have been waiting for, and to get an inside look at the how and why Nokia built the Lumia family the way they did.
And as for that last quote…well, I couldn’t have said it better myself.
I’ll be at Nokia World all of today and tomorrow, blogging about the great stuff I find on the show floor, interviewing interesting people from both Nokia and Microsoft, and sharing as much as I can find about what the future holds for Nokia and Windows Phone. Keep an eye on the blog for new posts and follow me on Twitter for more sharable stuff from Nokia World!
And remember that you can keep up on all the latest stuff from Windows Phone through the Windows Phone Facebook Page and @WindowsPhone Twitter handle.
I think Nokia is coming back to its Glory...With the help of Microsoft..
Love to see Nokia in USA, Lumia 800
@ Ben ....... Where's the interview?
I'm loving the enthusiasm that I'm seeing from the folks at Nokia about Windows phone. Sure, it's sink or swim time, but you can really tell they take a lot of pride in their design and really have end users in mind.
I can't wait to see what they announce for US markets.
Hi guys - can you give us any information on what the update experience will be like for the Lumia handsets? Will Nokia be in charge of releasing their own Windows Phone Updates to Lumia users, or will Microsoft still be in charge of that? Really want to make the switch to WP!
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