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Nokia exec vents about Windows Phone app gap

Jared Newman | July 30, 2013
Nokia vice president Bryan Biniak shows frustration with gaps in Microsoft's app offering for the Windows mobile operating system.

The key for Microsoft and for Nokia is to offer hardware and software features that aren't available on other platforms. The Lumia 1020, with its 41-megapixel camera, is a great start, Baker said. "I think it's unique, it's different, and it appeals to a lot of people because of what it's focused on," he said.

As for software, Microsoft's sweeping reorganization may help, as it puts all operating system development under a single group. It's a little early to say how the shake-up will change Windows Phone, but it could be just the kind of cultural shift that Nokia's Biniak is angling for.

 

 

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