The first of Nokia's Windows Phone 8 squadron are expected to arrive at Nokia World next month, and despite the few Lumia handsets we've already seen, this should be when the company's WinPho adventure truly kicks off.
Bringing Nokia's class-leading imaging abilities into play on Windows Phone Apollo is clearly going to be a major part of the deal, and this week top Nokia exec Jo Harlow hinted we won't have to wait too long to see it happen.
In an interview with BGR, Harlow – Nokia's EVP of Nokia Smart Devices – said Nokia had been working hard with Microsoft to enable key imaging technologies like PureView (as seen on the 41-megapixel Nokia 808) on the Windows Phone platform in a bid to add some much-needed differentiation.
Harlow emphasised that Nokia was pushing forward in other areas of its mobile imaging division too, focusing on long-standing cameraphone weaknesses like low-light photography and blurriness.
The interview is well worth a listen, with Harlow covering plenty of other ground too, such as whether we'll be seeing a Nokia Windows 8 tablet any time soon, and how the company intends to push its credentials in the highly competitive entry-level smartphone market.