Elop concedes setbacks, points to edge over Microsoft

10/3/2012 | All Things D · GigaOm

Nokia chief executive Stephen Elop remained confident of the Finnish phone maker's prospects even as he acknowledged sales of the company's new Lumia line of phones have proved disappointing. He also expressed a deep commitment to Microsoft and its Windows 8 operating system. While Elop did not speak directly to the potential competition from Microsoft's building its own Windows 8 phone, he did say: "We have rights beyond any of the other manufacturers to do unique things and to enforce certain exclusivities for our products."

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