Written by:2011/02/15 08:16 AM
If you haven’t heard yet, On Friday Feb 11th the two companies announced a partnership. Nokia is to roll out their phones with Windows Phone 7.
Now if you go over to the Nokia Forums, read the blog comments you get the feeling that Nokia fans are all bent out of shape.
What happened did all the Nokia fans suddenly become Anti-Microsoft over night?
What, would you rather have Nokia stick with the failing Symbian, or perhaps go with Android. Android might have been a good second choice. But that’s it, a second choice.
If you actually try out the Windows Phone 7 you will come to realise that is is actually a very good operating system. It rocks and is actually a lot nicer and faster than Android. Not only my opinion but many others as well.
So out with all the negativity. Let’s look at the benefits that are out there.
Put all these things together and suddenly you see and understand why the Microsoft-Nokia marriage is a great thing. So many benefits for both. It’s a win win situation for all three. Microsoft, Nokia, and the users. That's you and me.
I think that this deal is going to shake the market up, if it has not done so already.
What are your thought? Do you think it’s a good thing or bad thing? Lets hear it.
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