Last year, Stephen Elop, Nokia CEO, said that Nokia will not make a contingency plan for Windows Phone. He said that Plan B is ensure that Plan A will success. At that time, Elop said that the Finnish phone company will fully committed to Microsft’s platform.
Recently, it’s known that Elop has made Plan B . Of course, the plan is very secret for people. It wasn’t said directly by Elop. The news is from an interview on Finland TV which was attended by another Nokia boss, Risto Siilasmaa. He said that Nokia has a contingency plan if Nokia Windows Phone 8 smartphones don’t meet sales expectation.
Unfortunately, Siilasmaa didn’t comment about what is being planned by Nokia. When he asked about Nokia’s decision to move to Windows Phone, he told that Symbian market share was continue to decrease and because of the reason, Nokia will leave Symbian soon.