In a short talk with This Is My Next , Nokia CEO (and birth mark for Microsoft, clearly) Stephen Elop hinted strongly at the promising for a Nokia-built Windows 8 tablet. While his matter was, particularly speaking, more of a dodge, it’s coherent that this is something they’re at least considering about.
When asked about its purpose as a consumer wiring brand, Elop explained:
The user experience of Windows 8 is basically a supercharged chronicle of the Nokia Lumia experience that you saw on theatre today. And you see the parallels and chance for commonality from a user perspective. You say wow, this is more than only smartphones, there’s a broader chance here. And evidently you see that broader chance as well, without especially commenting on what that might meant in the future.
The subject of the review was mostly the thought of a strongly-branded, one user experience, that Elop feels Android doesn’t offer and Windows Phone 7 does (the iPhone didn’t advance up, even though it would probably drop beneath the one category). So when he says Windows 8 is a supercharged Lumia experience, what he is suggesting is that the Windows 8 inscription experience is one catering to its expect use scenario, being reduction generalist and truly reduction customizable than, say, Android.
He moreover referred to the significance of HTML5, and remarkable that the Lumia array was only segment of a incomparable portfolio of gadgets and launches they’ll be carrying out by early 2012. I’m seeking deliver to it – they appear to be onto something with their new designs and with fitness they’ll be able to spin that in to marketplace share. As for Windows 8, there’s still lots of time for that incident to evolve, so let’s not think as well broadly.
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