Apparently, NokiaSoft have been working behind the scenes a bit.
Just a day after the official announcements by NokiaSoft, the guys at Engadget have scooped a photo of the first Nokia Windows Phone concept/prototype device.
It looks like NokiaSoft are serious about speed of delivery, and as Engadget ponits out, this confirms Steve Ballmer’s assertion that the engineers of both companies have “spent a lot of time on this already.”
If this goes through, I certainly want one!
PS: I still don’t believe I am rooting for this. Some months back, I was kicking and screaming against it – until I was given a Windowsphone 7 device to review (
bosun99ukbelushi, thanks for that loan device!). The UI and services integration simply rock – perfect for this collaboration with Nokia. Now, I am a believer. Long live Nokia Windows Phone!
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