Just a year after Nokia and Microsoft announced their partnership, Nokia is shipping more Windows Phone 7 handsets than any other manufacturer.
New data shows the worldwide breakdown of mobile phone sales in 2011. Feature phones are increasingly being replaced by smart phones, with top-tier models from Apple and Samsung leading the pack.
Nokia announced today that it would soon roll out three new handsets, the 600, 700, and 701, all powered by the Symbian Belle OS.
Android phones are selling by the bucketload – no surprise to Android watchers.
Windows Phone software will replace Symbian on all Nokia phones, reps for Nokia and Microsoft said today.
A Web-based Android Market will reportedly be unveiled by Google this week.