We all know what Microsoft is getting from Nokia. Here’s what they’re not getting.
Nokia has sold its phone-making wing to Microsoft, heaving off the division that made it one of the most recognised brands on the planet.
But that doesn’t mean it’s out of the hardware game. Executive vice-president Michael Halbherr told El Reg what to expect, as well as commenting on the progress of Windows 8, Steve Ballmer’s demand for more “gas” and exactly what’s left of Nokia.