In what is shaping up to be Nokia’s last big phone launch before joining Microsoft, the Finnish phone maker plans to talk about a range of products — none of which are Windows Phones.
Rather, Nokia is using the show to talk about the rest of its mobile phone business, a unit that includes everything from basic phones to the near-smartphone Asha line. Sources have also said that Nokia has been working on a new phone based on Android, albeit with Microsoft and Nokia services replacing the standard fare from Google.
Re/code will have live coverage from Nokia’s event, which will start momentarily.
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