Times Online has a pretty interesting scoop today, claiming that Nokia might be working on a Windows Phone 7 handset. They base their assumption on a statement of the British microelectronics company Wolfson, saying that they’re providing technology for a Windows Mobile handset developed by a “leading phone manufacturer”


This manufacturer could be Nokia, but it wouldn’t be wrong to assume that Samsung, Motorola or LG are the ones the company is talking about. Wolfson makes chips found in many popular products, like the iPhone, Xbox and the ZuneHD. This speculation would go along with the recent cooperation between Nokia and Microsoft, that resulted in the Office suite arriving on Symbian.

Will we ever see a Nokia phone with Windows on it? After all, Nokia’s netbook had Windows on, right?

[via wmpoweruser]

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