A couple of weeks after the UK Nokia website started redirecting visitors to the new Microsoft Mobile web page, it appears that the process is moving forward with more Nokia sites across the globe, including the US, India and French sites.
This would seem to be the continuation of a process by Microsoft that will eventually see the Nokia brand dumped by the company following its purchase of its Devices and Services division in April. The Nokia Conversations blog site remains online and continues to be updated but we would imagine that will change soon as well.
If your local Nokia website starts redirecting to the Microsoft Mobile page, please let us know and we will update this post if needed. Thanks to the many folks who tipped us!
Source: Nokia US
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