Critics have long questioned on Nokia's 2011 decision to partner with Microsoft and to become manufacturer of Windows Phone devices.So
before Nokia sold to Microsoft there was an idea of Nokia's engineers to switch towards Android OS. Android-powered Nokia devices wasn't a bad idea,therefore Nokia engineers did develop Lumia phones that ran Google's Android operating system and according to the report it was perfectly supported with Nokia's hardware.
But after the discussions and understanding the fact that such efforts should have taken place in 2012 or early 2013, Nokia decided to sell company's handset division to Microsoft. With a words of Former CEO Steven Elop.
"He is very happy with the decision we made," explaining that the company decided to avoid Google's operating system because there was a "very high risk that one hardware manufacturer could come to dominate Android".