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Microsoft: We're Not Planning to Develop Our Own Smartphone

Posted on the 28 June 2012 by Hpmurah2u @hpmurah2u

microsoft smartphone Executive Microsoft for Windows Phone, Greg Sullivan, said it had no plans to produce their own smart phonesThis is a confirmation of Microsoft after many rumors that Microsoft will unveil their own tablet. 
Sullivan also said that Microsoft already has a partner ecosystem of example only satisfactory HTC, Nokia, Samsung, and Huawei. Rumors are rampant after the Microsoft unveil their Windows 8 tablet, Surface, last week. Surface itself is planned to be released in two versions, the full edition of Windows 8 with Intel chips and Windows 8 RT is optimized for the tablet containing the chip from ARM. 
According to Nomura analyst, Rick Sherlund, last week Microsoft has been working with manufacturers to produce phones Windows Phone 8. Unfortunately it is unknown whether these products will be present on the market with a brand from Microsoft. However, after the confirmation of the presence of this seems Microsoft is not keen to explore the mobile market, given that it had invested so much in Nokia mobile phones to help Nokia develop Windows Phone.
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