With Microsoft closing its acquisition of Nokia’s devices and services division, the iconic Finnish company will cease to exist as we know it. Surely people have a lot of questions about the future of its device business, which has produced some of the most loved Windows Phone devices in the market today. Tomorrow, April 28th, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is going to conduct an “ask me anything” session on the official Nokia Conversations blog.

The live session starts at 9am EDT, 6am PDT and Elop will be available for answering your questions. For those who can’t get up that early or simply miss out on the live session due to a prior engagement, the entire session will be posted online on the blog itself, so that they can follow up on it at their convenience.

Some of the questions Elop might be asked may have to do with a plant closure in South Korea, tax issues in India and its quite possible that Elop might have to answer a few questions about his $25 million bonus as well, which was branded as “outrageous” by the Finnish government.

The Microsoft-Nokia deal was closed on April 25th. The devices and services division now belongs to the Redmond based outfit, whereas Nokia still exists in Espoo, Finland though its work will be limited to HERE Maps, NSN etc.

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