Furthermore, a blog post that just went out on Nokia’s blog suggests the timing with Microsoft’s Build conference is no coincidence. “What makes 2014 so special is the exciting Microsoft and Nokia partnership, and boy, have we got some treats lined up for you,” the post reads.
How Microsoft’s acquisition impacts Nokia will clearly be the main topic, but the plurality of the word “treats” makes us think it won’t be the only one. Microsoft is widely expected to reveal Windows Phone 8.1 at its conference, so it follows Nokia will likely be showing off its own software improvements as well, in addition to possible new hardware options.
See also – Microsoft now expects to close $7.2B deal to buy Nokia’s Devices & Services division in April and Confirmed: Microsoft will hold its Build 2014 developer conference on April 2–4 in San Francisco
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