Nokia will be showcasing the next chapter of music discovery in Canada on May 15th. This follows the 14th event in London, where it's believed the company will be unveiling its next Windows Phone. Invitations have been sent out for an event in Toronto where an "important announcement" will be made.
Could we be seeing the next phase of Nokia Music with possible support for Canada? It'll be interesting to see what path the manufacturer takes. We'll be sure to keep our eyes open for any details published from the event. Windows Phone Central will also be on the floor at the London event on May 14th.
Source: MobileSyrup; thanks, Bernnutz, for the tip!
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