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Nokia to unveil a low-cost smartphone on Android OS

February 11, 2014 12:44 IST

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Nokia will unveil a low-cost smartphone running a version of Google Inc's Android operating system, despite the company's close partnership with Microsoft Corp and its competing Windows system, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.

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(Reporting by Bill Rigby in Seattle; Additional reporting by Ritsuko Ando in Helsinki)


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The handset division of the Finnish company, which is in the final stages of being acquired by Microsoft, will show off the new phone at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona later this month, the report said on Monday, citing unidentified sources who were familiar with the matter.

Nokia and Microsoft declined to comment.

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Image: Nokia Lumia 525
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The new Android phone will be aimed at emerging markets and will not feature some of Google's higher-end, custom Android features. 

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Microsoft and its main handset partner Nokia have struggled to make an impression in the smartphone market dominated by Samsung's Android devices and Apple Inc's iPhone.

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According to technology research firm, Strategy Analytics, 79 percent of smartphones shipped worldwide last year ran on Android, 15 percent were iPhones running Apple's iOS and only 4 percent ran Windows Phone software.

 


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