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Will we see Microsoft branded feature phones soon? RM-1110, RM-111, RM-1133, RM-1134 seen in import data

Microsoft RM-11134The latest Zauba data reveals that Microsoft is not only working on more feature phones but surprisingly the listing hints that the devices are B-Microsoft or branded Microsoft. We can see RM-1134, RM-1133, RM-1110, and RM-1111 in the import data above. The display size does confirm these to be feature phones, so it will be interesting to see this B-Microsoft in case of these devices is just for listing sake or whether it hints Microsoft planning to go on its own in even the world of Feature phones.

We have seen RM-1110 passing certification in Indonesia earlier and it was listed in certification with Nokia branding, so we may still see these new feature phones arriving with Nokia branding.

Thanks Shivam for the tip. Cheers!!


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  • Ben A

    Does this mean Windows Phone feature phones replacing all S40/Nokia junk OS feature phones. Since Windows 10 phones support 3 inch and can support phones that size of 3 inch without a touchscreen input with keyboard.

  • JLIT99

    Hope this is true. It will allow Nokia to control it’s own brand identity.

  • Adithya Raman

    Nokia has licensed it’s brand to Microsoft for feature phones for two years. I don’t think we would see Microsoft branding on them. Btw people who use feature phones recognize and relate with the Nokia branding better.

    • TR

      Didn’t the deal say MS could use Nokia brand on feature phones to up tp 2020 and for smart phones for 2 years?

      • Adithya Raman

        Maybe. I’m not sure. But my point still stands.

      • Adithya Raman

        I quote from Wikipedia :
        “While Microsoft will license the Nokia name under a 10-year agreement, the company will only be able to use it on feature phones specifically phones running the Series 30, Series 30+ and the Series 40 mobile operating systems based on Java ME and MediaTek technology,respectively.”