At the Mobile World Congress, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop unveiled three new low-end Android phones targeted for emerging markets, reported CNN. Each model costs less than $149.
It appears Microsoft and Nokia are using a nonconventional marketing strategy for entering emerging markets and promoting services like Here Maps and Bing Search. Each of these Nokia Android devices has been stripped of common Google apps and the Google Play store and preloaded with Microsoft and Nokia apps instead.
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