Microsoft Canada, apparently, has removed the recently revealed Windows Phones including Nokia Sabre, Samsung Yukon and Samsung Wembley.
New Terms and Conditions are as follows. All the names of upcoming Windows Phones have been vanished just within a few minutes.
Microsoft Canada accidentally or by whatever means, reveals the code names of unknown Windows Phone, Samsung Yukon, Samsung Wembley and Nokia Sabre along with well-known Nokia Searay.
The final version of Windows Phone SDK 7.1 has been released with final finished touches, a bunch of bug fixes, a better installation process and also seven additional languages.
Windows Team Blog has announced that the Windows Phone SDK 7.1 is now available for download.
Nokia Sea Ray, leaked as the first Nokia Windows Phone previously, is now being said to be launched in mid-October. Other names of Nokia's first Windows Phone were also quoted by various blogs being as Nokia 703 or Nokia 800. So whatever it is, it's said to be launch in a few weeks.
Nokia and Microsoft will now ship serious productivity and business apps to Symbian Belle smartphones by the end of year 2011. The apps include (Microsoft Lync, Microsoft PowerPoint Broadcast, Microsoft OneNote, Microsoft Document Connection). The updates will be sent out to the devices via in-device Software Update app. As yet informed, "Microsoft Apps" will be the name of the update which will contains all these apps.