Smartphone users who fancy a change could trade in iPhones and other top devices in order to experience the first Nokia model that runs on Windows Phone technology.
Nokia Conversations reports that Mango has been confirmed as the platform on which the first of the brand’s handsets released in conjunction with the computer firm will be based.
The online publication suggests Nokia fans around the world should take a keen interest, with many more devices on such systems perhaps set to follow.
Among the advantages of the new release, which will be the first since Nokia and Microsoft teamed up to create a new mobile ecosystem, is enhanced communications.
Better social networking integration, a linked inbox and hands-free messaging are just some of the features promised.
A range of smart apps are also assured, while the companies are targeting improved internet provision.
Earlier this week, Nokia Conversations revealed the Oro as the firm’s latest release, with the model set to be available in selected markets only.
Posted by Peter Robinson