Nokia has officially signed a deal with Microsoft related to their cooperation in the realm of the smartphone business. Although both have announced a partnership last month, but apparently there are still some details that are still doing deals.
Cited from Cellular-news, both confirmed that a more detailed agreement is consistent with the announcements made on 11 February last.
In this partnership, the agreement must also set forth the contribution of both in the development of new operating system. On this occasion, Nokia and Microsoft also announced a significant advancement in the development of Nokia’s first mobile phone based on Windows Phone.
Nokia also started to develop applications and services that can operate on the Windows Phone, and began to embrace the application developer. It is expected that in 2012, they have started to ship Windows Phone Nokia mobile phone.
As has been previously announced, in partnership, Nokia will provide maps and navigation services for Microsoft’s own. Meanwhile, Microsoft’s search engine Bing will be automatically installed on your Nokia smartphone.
Nokia Ovi Store also will update its infrastructure to enable Nokia utilize the Windows Marketplace. With this cooperation also, Nokia began to knit back melt away to build a business empire with Microsoft’s mobile phone.