"We already have teams working together in very interesting locations such as Reykjavik (Iceland), and they continue to meet to decide the right time to release the first product on Windows Phone," said Jo Harlow, Senior Vice President of Marketing Nokia. He implies that the first Nokia product with Windows 7 Phone will be out later this year.
On the occasion, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop reveals the reason Nokia chose Windows Phone as its main platform and the potential benefits of the coveted Nokia. According to the pay phone to Microsoft Windows licensing is more efficient than investing in a platform Nokia immerse themselves in the future. However, not only that, Nokia also can contribute to the ecosystem that also used other vendors. Nokia also can directly take advantage of valuable assets in a platform such as Windows Phone Bing, XBox, Marketpace, and mobile advertising networks.