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The last piece of the Nokia Android phone puzzle is now in place

29
Jan
2014

We’ll never know where Nokia would be right now if it had chosen Android instead of Windows Phone as its mobile platform of choice. Instead, Samsung scared CEO Stephen Elop away from Google’s mobile OS and the rest, as they say, is history. Nokia will soon be out of the mobile phone business once it dumps its devices and services division onto Microsoft as part of a $7.2 billion deal, but the company apparently plans to make waves one last time by unveiling its first Android phone next month. According to well-known gadget leaker @evleaks, Nokia will indeed launch the Android phone that has been making waves in the rumor mill for the past few months as the “Normandy.” The launch

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