The UK will be among the very first countries to enjoy
Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands will be at the top of Nokia's list for the launch of the much anticipated new handsets, Victor Saeijs, a Nokia Europe vice president, told Dutch site All About Phones.
Nokia is gambling everything on Microsoft's mobile software,and MeeGo operating systems. Fans of Nokia's hard-wearing hardware have high hopes for the switch, and , a former Microsoftie, has been on the conference circuit for weeks, bigging up Windows Phone to anyone who'll listen.
Elop says Windows Phone offers more scope for Nokia to differentiate itself from other mobile manufacturers who, Apple aside, are churning out one big black Android phone after another. Windows Phone has a charming tile-based interface that has been so well received it's PC operating system.
Saejis wanted to stress how important the Netherlands is to Nokia, placing it in the top rank of mobile markets. He didn't, however, mention a release date or what kind of delay might befall pathetic no-name two-bit countries such as the US, China and Japan.
Saejis also revealed that the N8, and E7 in July. Anna, announced in April, adds new icons, a revamped browser and app store, a portrait Qwerty keyboard and more. The , which is out in the UK at the end of June, will ship with the new software on board.would arrive on the