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Microsoft to buy Nokia’s Mobile division?

Article by on Tuesday, 17 May 2011

When Eldar Murtazin is posting something, even rumours, then they’re worth reading. Eldar is the man behind Russian website Mobile Review (those guys that always get the early handset reviews).

Last year Eldar correctly predicted that Nokia would be taking Windows Phone as its primary OS and that an entire line of devices would appear from Nokia utilising the platform.

New rumours that come from the same camp state that Microsoft are preparing to buy the entire mobile division of Nokia, including feature phones and smartphones, for $30 billion.

Interesting times indeed.

Link – mrmurtazin.com


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