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Will Microsoft kill Nokia’s Android phones after it takes over?

27
Feb
2014

One of the most fascinating reveals following the Microsoft-Nokia acquisition saga was the existence of the Nokia X Android line of smartphones. Nokia’s first substantial non-Windows Phone product may have been a major contributing factor in pushing the acquisition through, but Microsoft hasn’t yet been able to quash the Nokia X line at the source. As the deal has yet to be finalized, Nokia has taken this opportunity to introduce the Android phones to the public at Mobile World Congress this week. The Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL smartphones are all budget devices, seemingly targeted at developing markets rather than competition for the Galaxy S5 and its ilk, but does Microsoft have any use for this lineup? It’ll be

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