You might be thinking that Nokia is now fully concentrating on its next big bet, to build devices with Windows Phone. However, there is still work that has been continuing with other stuffs namely, MeeGo, QT, Series40 and Series60.
There was absolutely no announcement at MWM, but at Nokia’s Developer Day, Nokia’s CTO Rich Green gave an extensive talk about the future of current Nokia platforms. He said that they’re working hard on the N950, featuring MeeGo and have come up with some “very elegant” hardware and interesting User Interface.
The way he addresses his speech sounds positioning of N950 as a device for developers, rather than mass market. See the video below.
Nokia’s strategy still relies on Qt development for both Symbian and MeeGo and pushing forward with Java framework on Series 40. S40 will also be getting a new Ovi Browser, that we think will replicate functionality of Opera mini