Finnish mobile phone manufacturer, Nokia, revealed that they still did not interested in producing Android-based mobile phone. Especially in the last quarter, Nokia managed to make a profit because of the good sales of mobile phones based on Windows Phone 8. This was explained by the CEO of Nokia, Stephone Elop in a meeting. He revealed that his company will not try their luck for a fight with the other Android phone manufacturers in the market.
Previously, Nokia has pretty good trend in mobile phone sales of Windows Phone 8. In the last quarter of the year 2012, Nokia managed to sell as many as 4.4 million units of Lumia mobile phone. And, thanks to that, they are now a profitable company. Elop said that Nokia currently has a good relationship with Microsoft and once more thanks to Windows Phone OS. Furthermore, they also try to provide Nokia mobile phone with Windows Phone OS at a cheaper price.
Furthermore, Elop also hope that Nokia Lumia can compete directly with Android phones. At the same time, they also said that they continue to launch Asha mobile phone with full touch design. This is one of the Nokia’s short-term strategy to compete with other smartphone products. And, further, Elop also revealed that Nokia still loyal to the two OS platform and did not consider any other mobile OS.