This is "Nokia Collection" in Marketplace which will not show up in all Windows Phone devices from other OEMs but only in the ones from Nokia. This is what they were talking about back in February 2011 when both companies Nokia and Microsoft partnered. For now these are available for Nokia Lumia 800 and Nokia Lumia 710. Lumia 900 is yet near to its launch. We did hold on to this topic of Nokia Collection before and wanted to brief about it once we had a Nokia Winodws Phone device in hands.
The guys at pocketnow have got their hands on and leaked the images of Nokia Ace, an unannounced Windows Phone from Nokia. The images are supposed to be as same of another rumoured Nokia Lumia 900 resembling Lumia 800 but in a bigger body with readjustment of components and features as well as the addition of front-facing camera.
Well after Nokia Searay revealed by Stephen Elop himself earlier this year, we recently learnt about another Nokia Sabre by Microsoft themselves mentioned inside the terms and conditions of a Windows Phone App contest. Now here we have another rumour about another Windows Phone by Nokia and that is named as Nokia Ace.
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.
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.