The company’s latest move is to shift this part of its business away from Nokia.com and over to a new home managed underneath Microsoft.com. At the moment this only affects the UK version of Nokia’s website, although it’s likely other geographical variants will follow in the future.
— Nokia UK (@nokia_uk) September 19, 2014
It’s a small change, but one that follows rumors stating Microsoft will eventually abandon the Nokia and Windows Phone branding. If that’s the case, we might look back on this as a crucial moment in the transition.
If you’re wondering, the part of Nokia that Microsoft didn’t acquire is using company.nokia.com as its URL.
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