Hi all,

FYI. See link.

His remarks are strange considering that Android OS is outselling iOS, it is miles ahead of webOS and MS 7...what uncertainy does he mean???

Take care,

Jay

Nokia chief outlines Windows Phone strategy; warns of Android 'uncertainty'
By Zack Whittaker | September 9, 2011, 11:00am PDT

Nokia chief outlines Windows Phone strategy; warns of Android 'uncertainty' | ZDNet

Summary: Nokia’s Stephen Elop discussed at an event in China the possible difficulties for Android that the Motorola-Google deal may bring, while defending Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7.

Nokia chief Stephen Elop, in a speech in China, outlined the release strategy for the upcoming Windows Phone-powered Nokia smartphones.

Elop, who shortly after he was appointed soon after leaving Microsoft, steered the Nokia smartphone ship from Symbian to Microsoft’s next-generation mobile operating system, discussed the rumours that Microsoft would eventually acquire Nokia.