In an interview with Forbes, Nokia’s Jo Harlow (EVP of Smart Devices) confirmed that a Windows Phone device is still on track for launch this year. 2012 is the year when these products will bloom, but we already know that…


The advantage of the first device is that if it goes bad, you can blame it on the fact that it’s a mere first attempt and a prototype. From Jo Harlow we also found out that the company is looking at a small portofolio, rather than going all out with dozens of devices. Nokia executives confirmed that the first smartphones will use Mango OS and some prototypes are already in the lab getting tested.

Let’s see if one of these prototypes manages to leak to Eldar Murtazin, so we can finally clear all of this mystery. And what is the deal with that N9/N950 floating around the interwebs?

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