Tech site Netbooknews.com reported that Nokia is working on two unannounced entry level smartphones that will make use of the MeeGo operating system, noting that they got the information “directly from Nokia’s Next Billion Group.”
Nokia released just one MeeGo-based smartphone, the N9, before dropping MeeGo in favour of Windows Phone.
The move, if true, comes as a surprise as Nokia is committed to the Windows Phone operating system for mid and high end devices.
There are also reports that the company is working on a secret proprietary operating system for low end devices that will address emerging markets and presumably replace the aging Symbian system.
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