Nokia plans to compete with Android by offering low budget Windows Phones, according to CEO Stephen Elop. He said that the company has plans to “go lower than the 610” – currently the company’s cheapest Windows Phone handset on the market at less than £150 unlocked. “We need to compete with Android aggressively,” Elop explained on a conference call with investors. “The low-end price point war is an important part of that.”

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