Senior Editor, Europe, The Verge
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theverge.com — Two years ago, Nokia underwent a major software reboot in abandoning its old Symbian ways and moving to Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system. Alongside that switch in the high-end segment, the company also introduced an unpretentious understudy OS it called Asha, which spawned a variety of cheap featurephones.
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