A promo video has leaked showing Nokia Air, the company's own cloud syncing solution.
Nokia Air is designed to sync apps, contacts, media across Nokia tablets and smartphones. By the looks of it, Symbian Belle is the OS destined to receive Nokia Air first.
Curiously, the video also showcases a couple of really cool looking devices: a Symbian-running tablet, smartphone and a mini-slider phone. They'll probably continue their lives as concepts, but if Nokia manages to actually deliver Air by the time Nokia World rolls around this Fall, it'll draw a breath of fresh air for Symbian Belle users.
Check out the promo video below. It looks a lot like Symbian Belle Feature Pack 2, don't you think?
So, is Nokia Air something to look forward to, or will it get lost amidst the sea of cloud storage services already on the market?
Why would you want a Nokia running Android? They are competitors, they will not join forces.. Nokia is different to Samsung, LG, etc.. Nokia is exclusive it runs Symbian, S40, Windows Phone or Meego. So if you want a Android go look at a Samsung..
Do u knw....Nokia shares has been gradually increasing from the day of release lumia..series...wht r u talking..nokia will never come with a device runnig with andriod
I found this concept video in youtube, maybe nokia+ android is true. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_uNvORaQUo&feature=related