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Windows Phone has not taken off and seems to threaten to end the fight of the most used mobile operating systems in the world, currently contested by Android (Google) and iOS (Apple). However, it seems that Microsoft wants to change the game and expand the horizons of the devices with your portable system.
The last tip that movement of the company founded by Bill Gates is a rumor about the launch of a Nokia phone with QWERTY keyboard, which should occur later this year. The device would come with dual-core processor and a physical keyboard, suitable for users who want a device with a focus on business.
Currently, there are some models of smartphones with physical keyboard embarking Windows Phone, such as the Dell Venue Pro and HTC Arrive. However, both models feature sliding keyboard, contrary to what should occur with the supposed new Nokia phone. According to Ubergizmo, the device with a keyboard candybar count, ie, Blackberry style.
As the site Geek Sailor, the only unit with a focus for business, Nokia is the E6 (photo), but it still uses the Symbian operating system. Since the launch of the next update of Windows Phone is scheduled for later this year, rumors of new devices get more fuel. What remains, in fact, is to wait.