Nokia: Is MeeGo a No-Go?

By  |  Wednesday, February 9, 2011 at 7:47 am

According to Reuters, Nokia has scrapped its first smartphone based on MeeGo, the Linux-based operating system that was supposed to do what Nokia’s aging Symbian could not. The internal memo by new CEO Stephen Elop leaked at Engadget says that the company is announcing its new strategy on Friday; if MeeGo is in trouble, it’s hard to imagine that the plan doesn’t involve adopting Windows Phone 7 or Android, or maybe both…

 
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  1. @HuskyCaucasian Says:

    I am guessing it wont be Android: Google's Vic Gundotra on Nokia: 'Two turkeys do not make an Eagle'
    (http://www.engadget.com/2011/02/09/googles-vic-gundotra-on-nokia-two-turkeys-do-not-make-an-eagl/)

  2. Reece Tarbert Says:

    Windows Phone 7 is not exactly flying off the shelves, is it? Heck, even the old Windows Mobile is selling better than that!

    And, while at first Android on Nokia might seem like a match made in heaven, by going with Android Nokia would become "just" another OEM like HTC, Samsung and the others. In other words, I don't see anything smart in either move, but hey! what do I know? ;-)

    RT.