We’re now at the Nokia Connection 2011 at the Marina Bay Convention Center. I’ll be doing some live-blogging along the way so keep refreshing the page.
Elop, Nokia CEO, reveals that the first Nokia Windows Phone 7 smartphone will be out before end of 2011 and be in mass production by 2012.
Stephen Elop announces that Symbian Anna will be available to the Nokia C6-01, Nokia C7, Nokia N8 and more devices by July 2011.
Nokia has shipped over 17 million Nokia C3, most of which in South East Asia.
Mary McDowell on stage, EVP for Nokia Mobile Phones, announcing more dual-SIM phones from Nokia (says they are not too late for it yet).
New Nokia C2-03 announced as the next Touch & Type dual-SIM feature phone. It’s this one (C2-06) we blogged about last week.
Nokia Maps will now be available to all Series 40 handsets. They also introduced a single-SIM version named Nokia C2-02.
The Nokia N9 running Meego is announced and will be released later this year. See entry about the Nokia N9 here.