Newest Gadget – Nokia Chief Executive Officer Stephen Elop reiterated that Nokia will release a smartphone based on Windows 7 Phone in the fourth quarter of this year. In an interview quoted by the website China, Sina, Elop said that the release schedule between October and December 2011. The release will be done gradually, from one country to another.
In the interview, Elop, who was in China said that the release of Windows 7 will not be the same as the release of the Nokia N9 with MeeGo are performed simultaneously in several countries. Newest Gadget – This step is a strategy in marketing Elop Windows-based smartphones Phone 7. But in the interview did not mention why Elop choose that step.
Elop has denied rumors stating that Microsoft will buy Nokia. Rumor has it evolved since Nokia to migrate operating system from Symbian to Windows Phones are manufactured by Microsoft. Newest Gadget – Responding to this, Elop said that Nokia will develop operating systems as did the other competitors, namely the HTC, Samsung, LG, and Huawei.
Elop said that Nokia also do software development and not completely dependent on Microsoft. In the development of Windows 7 Phone, Nokia makes the Apollo, the latest version of Windows Phone Mango. Newest Gadget – As in the Apollo and Mango, there’s Tango, a version of Windows Phone to the middle to lower. Tango will help Nokia phones based on the demographic spread to compete with Android.
In the interview, Elop said Nokia plans to re-invest in Symbian in 2015. Beyond the discussion on the Windows Phone, Elop also answers the question of whether Nokia plans to produce tablets. Elop stated there are no plans to produce tablets, but Nokia will consider consumer demand – Newest Gadget.