PALO ALTO, CA - After news emerged that Nokia would use Microsoft's Windows Phone Seven OS, Nokia has been caught in a scandalous affair.
The company, which has arguably made the best handsets in the world since the 90s, and still owns over 70% of the total phone market, has been found to have had secret meetings with internet giant, Google, who make the Android OS.
Microsoft, who are still unbeknown to the affair, have have been taken aback at Nokia's recent behaviour.
"It seems that Nokia is willing to open up its phones and software more readily," said a spokesman, "that's really nice, we like that a lot, but we suspect there's something underneath the surface."
Nokia has said that it could have made a rash decision picking Microsoft over Google.
Nokia has secretively stated that Android has better internet codependency, and has a whole range of apps. Google are willing to be more generous towards Nokia than Microsoft, however, the deal has been sealed.
As of press time, at the end of another Nokia-Microsoft conference, Nokia has slipped next door to speak with Google.