Nokia: Not out of device business & will surprise with leading-edge hardware. “Doesn’t rule out possibility of making phones again”.

[embedit snippet="adversal5"] In a recent interview, Nokia's Executive vice-president Michael Halbherr has emphasized that Nokia may have sold off its devices and services division for some reason but it is still not out of device business. He also didn't rule out possibility of Nokia making phones again but said that may

Nokia+MS collaborating with every developer with an important app. All important applications on their way!!

[embedit snippet="adversal5"] In an interview with "IBTimes", Nokia's vice president Bryan Biniak has emphasized the fact that Nokia and Microsoft are talking to and has nearly collaborated with every developer with an important application. Due to this all important applications are on their way to the store by end of 2013

Elop: Positive Impact of chosing WP to be felt for the first time!! Aggressive product introductions in rest of 2013.

In an interview with, CEO Elop has given some interesting hints about the positive Lumia sales impact and product introduction strategy in 2013. Here are the main points, According to Elop, "positive impact of going windows phone way will be felt for the first time". So, here two things become

Windows Phone head: No need for a Surface Phone. Nokia a great partner. Aims 200 million phones sales.

During AllThingsDigital's "Dive Into Mobile" conference today, corporate vice president of the Windows Phone Division, Terry Myerson has let some very interesting and quite important tidbits out. In a very important and soothing message for Nokia, Terry Myerson has made it clear that, Microsoft sees no need to consider a foray into phone hardware business. It would have to be

Elop: Lumia 920’s demand still outstriping the supply.High-end features on Lumia 720 & 520 based on consumer demand !!

Both Verge and Engadget interviewed Nokia CEO, Stephen Elop at MWC 2013. Tone of the interview questions vary from excited and eager by Myriam from Engadget to somewhat biased and damning from Vlad from Verge. Anyways below are the major points mentioned by CEO Elop in his answers. Lumia 920 as the