Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop opened the possibility of making an Android phone, he stated this information in an interview with Spanish newspaper El Pais.
The company is still committed to the Windows Phone operating system and its own Asha operating system that’s used on budget-friendly smartphones.
Nokia is innovating with Microsoft around Windows Phone, and are focused on taking that to lower and lower price points.
Elop took a swipe another swipe at Android, saying that Google is trying to close it off.
This is a quote according to The Verge:
The situation that Android is facing, where the amount of fragmentation that you’re seeing is increasing as people take it in different directions, is of course offset by Google’s efforts to turn an open ecosystem into something that’s quite a bit more closed as you’ve seen quite recently.