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According to sources speaking to the New York Times, Nokia was testing Android on its Lumia devices well before its tie-in with Steve Ballmer and co became official. Which would have left Microsoft with a rather large hole to fill in its mobile strategy. Nokia makes up 80 per cent of all Windows Phone handsets sold, so without it, Microsoft would have been up Symbian alley without a paddle. The Finnish phone firm signed a deal with Microsoft in 2011 to use the Windows Phone OS on its handsets, but had the option of opting out at the end of 2014 Possum with flowers – It's called trash can not trash can't iPhone Case. This is when it was considering switching to Android. Microsoft was aware of this, according to the sources, but it wasn’t mentioned in the discussions between Microsoft and Nokia..
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Announced ahead of the mobile show, we finally got to see the petite 3.5-inch starter phone alongside its L-series siblings. BARCELONA, Spain — The most diminutive in LG’s new series of three shown off at Mobile World Congress, the L40 fits in the palm and slides into pockets. Its only 3.5-inch display keeps it portable to the highest degree, but the tradeoff, of course, is a cramped virtual keyboard that mocks thick-fingered typists. A measly 480×320 pixel resolution is still more or less adequate for the L40, but the screen certainly doesn’t shine as brightly as do its L70 and L90 siblings at maximum brightness. A silvery trim perks up the otherwise dark display, and the phone possesses the same barely-roughed-up back panel and pill-shaped home button as its cohort Possum with flowers – It's called trash can not trash can't iPhone Case.
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