Nokia Windows Phone spotted in Stephen Elop's hands during a hockey game

Nokia Windows Phone spotted in Stephen Elop's hands during a hockey game
Timo Ronkainen, who, according to his own Twitter feed, is managing director in a marketing company, says he has spotted Stephen Elop holding a Nokia Windows Phone at a hockey game.

He says there has been no time to take a snap, but the phone looked like the concepts that Nokia revealed shortly after its partnership with Microsoft over WP7 was announced in February.

Nokia's favorite Eldar Murtazin the other day also spilled some beans regarding the paths Nokia and Microsoft might take, but then he said there was only a Nokia X7 lookalike on which WP7 was running.


If Timo Ronkainen's tweet is valid, then the real deal seems to be further ahead then previously thought, using the CEO to beta test the concepts as his day-to-day phones. If anyone plans to visit another sporting event together with Mr Elop, please pay attention, and give us a shout what you saw.

source: Twitter via MobileTechWorld


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