WSJ: Before the deal with Microsoft to Nokia saw the opportunity to release Android-smartphone

As reported by The Wall Street Journal , before the conclusion of the sale of the business smartphone Microsoft, Nokia is considering the possibility to start to let the device to Android in 2014. The two men, who wished to remain anonymous, told the publication that a special team within Nokia tested on Android smartphones Lumia. However, the source also said that during the negotiations for the sale Nokia did not threaten the transition to the Microsoft platform rival, although both parties understand that this is a possible option.

Stephen Elop (Stephen Elop), being the CEO Nokia, has repeatedly said that the company has a backup plan in the event that the sale of Windows Phone smartphones will not improve its financial position. Apparently, a “plan B» Nokia lay in the release of Android-smartphone. Perhaps Microsoft executives have even been aware of this, so the company decided not to wait until Nokia will fall in price even more. Whatever it was, Lumia smartphones on Android world will no longer see it.

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