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February 27, 2012

Nokia Prepping Low-Price Windows Phones: Report

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By: Nicholas Kolakowski, eWeek

Nokia is reportedly prepping a line of low-price, entry-level Windows Phones for unveiling at Mobile World Congress, according to reports. Nokia is apparently gearing up to present some lower-price smartphones at this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, according to a new Bloomberg report. While Nokia decided last year to use Microsoft’s Windows Phone as its primary smartphone operating system, the Finnish phone maker apparently isn’t ready to wholly abandon its old software platform, Symbian. According to a pair of unnamed sources speaking to Bloomberg, a “camera-focused phone” will make its debut at MWC (indeed, a video posted by Nokia on YouTube hints at some development along those lines). In addition, Nokia will roll out a set of “lower-price, entry-level” smartphones at the conference. Unnamed sources speaking to Reuters also suggested that a set of cheaper smartphones loaded with Windows Phone would appear at MWC.

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