THE PORTAL OF NEWS RELEATED TO NOKIA
On the whole, it’s not Nokia’s fault that it can’t dream of tablets running Windows Phone 7, because Microsoft has ruled out tablets based on this version of the OS. So the Finnish company must wait for Windows 8, which will have a tablet-friendly user interface that borrows heavily from the Windows Phone 7 Metro UI. We have long to wait for it.
A few days ago we posted Nokia CEO, Stephen Elop hinted at the Windows 8 tablets in an interview given to This is My Next. To the question on the plans concerning Nokia tablets asked by the Financial Times Elop didn’t answer anything certain either. But we make certain assumptions from his words. Here’s what he said:
“We are not commenting on specific plans for tablets. But I will point out that one of the things that we are excited about in terms of support for the Windows Phone are the announcements made around Windows 8 for tablets and personal computers. When you see the user experience from the Nokia Lumia environment appearing on hundreds of millions of tablets and PCs in the future, you can see that there is a clear synergy between all those environments. So that presents an interesting opportunity for Nokia.”