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Nokia CEO welcomes possibility of Microsoft 'Surface' phone

Friday 19 October 2012 | 10:37 CET | News
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has appeared to welcome the possibility of Microsoft launching a Surface phone, reports The Verge. At an investor calls, Elop said that a Surface phone would be a 'stimulant to the Windows Phone ecosystem'. He said that Nokia was encouraging Microsoft, Samsung, HTC and others to make whatever investments that help drive the Windows Phone ecosystem.

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