Yes, you did read that correctly. In fact, it has been reported that the software giant has made a profit of around $150 million (around £100 million), and it is all because of HTC. It appears that Microsoft is making money as a result of forcing HTC to make a settlement on intellectual property infringement.
Archive for May 2011
Despite rumours to the contrary as well as a deal with Microsoft, it seems that Nokia has decided to continue to push on with development of Symbian powered handsets. The Chief Executive Officer of Nokia, Stephen Elop confirmed that the company will continue making Symbian devices till at least 2016. He told knowyourmobile.com: “[there is a] long history still to be paved for Symbian in the future.”