Online sources are indicating that Nokia aims to launch their Windows Phone devices in the Chinese market by April 2012.
Nokia launched two models earlier this month. Both of these models are powered with Windows Phone Mango edition.
Microsoft is again using the lure of free stuff to attract people to their products.
They are offering a prepaid app card worth USD 25 to all new owners of Windows Phone based devices.
This offer is applicable on purchases made between November
This is an accidentally leaked video from the house of Nokia!
Nokia Lumia 900 is the rumored branding for this device though it could turn out to be just a unit aimed at the developers.
Microsoft has announced that they are now delivering the Windows Phone 7.5 update to the owners of Samsung Focus 1.4 smartphone in the US market.
Most of these folks are on the AT&T; network.
The company further said that they are also
HTC has released an update for two of their older Windows Phone models Mozart and HD7.
This update adds support for internet sharing (tethering) and other enhancements.
Internet sharing was delivered as part of the Windows Phone Mango update
AT&T;'s president of emerging devices Glenn Lurie confirmed that they are in talks with Nokia to bring their Windows Phone devices to the US market.
Nokia of course is very much interested in the US market where they have always struggled.
Nokia is now selling their first Windows Phone based smartphone model Nokia Lumia 800 in some European markets.
It is available through multiple service providers and stores including Carphone Warehouse, Orange, T-Mobile, Vodafone and Phones4U.
Online sources are reporting that Nokia is aiming to enter the Tablet PC market sometime next year.
The company is expected to use Windows 8 for these Tablets instead of a mobile platform.
Microsoft has already stated several times that