Early this year, Nokia and Microsoft shocked the world in a blockbuster deal giving Espoo rights to use Windows Phone on their upcoming handsets. Since then, everyone kept their eyes peeled for the first Windows Phone-powered Nokia phone. We’ve seen a glimpse of it already, but unfortunately, it’s yet to become official.
When that’ll happen? We still don’t know, but what we do know is there’ll be a couple of Microsoft apps headed Symbian Belle’s way. Here’s a rundown of what’s in the pipeline for this year as posted over at Nokia Conversations:
And coming in 2012, Microsoft OneNote sync with SharePoint (in addition to SkyDrive).
Symbian Belle, for those of you who we’re unplugged for the past few weeks, is Anna’s follow up. Current Symbian^3 and Anna handsets are all eligible for a Belle upgrade.
While I seriously doubt this set of mobile productivity tools will be able to save Nokia from its faltering position in the mobile industry, this will surely be a welcome treat for workaholics out there who consider their phone as an extension of their office.
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