Thanks to Nokia’s Windows-powered netbook, the Nokia Booklet 3G, the Finnish company that sells more mobile phones than its next three competitors combined will soon host Windows apps in its recently launched Ovi app store. It’s Complicated, the relationship between Microsoft and Nokia. Two weeks ago, the two companies announced a partnership to port Microsoft Office to Nokia’s Symbian operating system. But Nokia won’t be rolling out any Windows Mobile phones next week alongside HTC and Samsung. For now, with the exception of the Booklet 3G, Nokia is firmly committed to the Symbian platform.