Nokia will no longer sell lower-priced feature phones or Symbian-based smartphones in the U.S. and Canada, its top U.S. executive says, adding that the cellphone maker wants to focus solely on its Microsoft venture. Chris Weber also said Nokia would sell its handsets only through wireless carriers. In a separate interview, Weber offered details on Nokia's first Windows Phone 7 handsets and expressed doubt about a 2011 release. He said the phones would outshine their rivals in the cloud and offer better user interfaces.
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