On February 11th, 2011, Nokia published its new strategy and made a co-operation agreement with Microsoft. Windows Phone operating system was chosen as the new platform for Nokia smartphones. MeeGo became an open source mobile operating system project, which, in the long term, would be used for market research on next generation devices, platforms, and user experiences.
So starts an interesting article about the (rise and) fall of Nokia’s MeeGo. It sheds some light on the goals of the team and to me the most interesting one is that they were planning to release one single phone per year - like Apple.