Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop suggested earlier this week at the company’s Q3 financial call that the company is looking into offering Windows 8 tablets in the very near future. In a way this would make sense for the phone manufacturer who has recently ditched their Symbian OS in favour of Windows Phone 7.
Because of the close integration of Windows Phone 7 with Windows 8, it provides a real opportunity for the company to try and claw back some of the market share that it’s lost of late. Nokia spoke of the synergy that exists between Windows Phone and Windows. There will be huge market penetration of Windows 8 as time goes by and it will pan across multiple devices, PC’s, Laptops, Ultrabooks, Netbooks and Tablets.