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Microsoft Smartphones Drop Nokia Name

Microsoft is finally ready to sell smartphones under its own brand -- but where are the flagship models?

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10/25/2014 | 3:47:08 PM
To Late
I think MS was to late to the portable device party. I don't think they will ever take a bite out of the Android or iPhone market. Branding their own phones might be worse for them. They might be better off leaving the Nokia name.
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