Nokia tweets that it will ship its first Windows Phone model by the end of the year
It seems that Nokia sent out a tweet just to keep fans abreast of what was going on, in case they missed Elop's interview. The message was to the point, confirming Elop's comments that yes indeed, Nokia's Windows Phone devices will start to ship in Q4 although, as the tweet notes, local availability cannot be confirmed. The tweet also notes that it won't be until 2012 when Nokia will be shipping the phones in volume.
As for which country might be blessed with the first shipments of the Windows Phone flavored Nokia models, it looks like Nokia Australia's Twitter account was listed at the end of the tweet which could be a clue that the smartphones will be first shipped there. We should know a lot more at the end of next month at Nokia World.
source: @Nokia (Twitter) via Engadget
Nokia's tweet tells us that the Q4 goal for shipments of Nokia's first Windows Phone units is on track
3. Wazzan (banned) posted on 16 Sep 2011, 01:08 0 9
FOR THE RECORD I GOT THE LG AND SAMMYH PHONES. I GOT TWO PHONES BECAUSE I DO BUSSINESS LIKE MOST ANDROID BECAUSE WE GET LAID WHILE I LAUGH AT THE OTHERS WHO FAIL BECAUSE OF ALL THE LAG ON THERE IPHONE.
4. dionddc posted on 16 Sep 2011, 01:16 2 0
Apparently, the Nexus Prime is a 4.5 inch phone. Have fun with your phone and tablet hybrid, whilst I actually have something that doesn't bulge in my pocket and make me look like an idiot. 4.3 inches is already so big, and whilst it would be difficult for me to consider any phone over the screen size of 4 inches, honestly, a 4.5 inch screen is absurd.
5. ivanko34 posted on 16 Sep 2011, 01:39 1 2
Very sad for nokia who was the number one just last year
They should have been working more on symbian
What's going to happen if they fail to sale