Nokia's decision to enter a partnership agreement with Microsoft could persuade thousands of people to sell mobile phones in a bid to enjoy the new technology provided by the duo.
And that will be a wise move if the predictions of one expert turn out to be accurate.
Ian, author of the Nokia Conversations blog, explains there are plenty of advantages to the teaming of the two firms, starting with the certain creation of some “rather special devices”.
“Nokia's phones have always been famed for their great hardware – best-in-class durability and sleek and stylish designs that sit beautifully in the hand. But what about a new OS to go alongside that?” he states.
Other benefits users can expect if they sell a mobile and invest in the products offered by the two companies include great usability, top gaming and the best mobile email, Ian suggests.
Nokia and Microsoft today (February 11th) announced they are aiming to create a broad global ecosystem together.
Posted by Peter Robinson