It’s no secret that Verizon customers haven’t gotten a ton of love as far as Nokia/Windows Phone devices go. As things currently stand, there are no Verizon Nokia phones, and the only Windows Phone that’s available on the network is the HTC Trophy. But all that could be changing in the near future.
In a recent interview with Neowin, Richard Kerris, VP of Worldwide Developer Relations for Nokia, revealed that Nokia devices will be coming soon to the Verizon network. Nokia, obviously, exclusively makes Windows Phone smartphones now per its partnership with Microsoft, so this means that the Big Red WP 7.5 portfolio is about to expand.
Kerris, however, was light on the details, offering no specifics and saying simply, ?it won’t be long,? before Nokia handsets are available to Verizon customers. He didn’t mention any specific models, nor did he give any sort of timeframe for when they may become available.