Updated 22 May, 2013, 9:53 am IST
Ballmer expects volumes on Windows Phone 8 to 'ramp quickly'
| by Aaron Almeida |
With the smartphone market currently dominated by the likes of iOS and Android, Microsoft has recently launched the Windows Phone 8 platform in an attempt to pose a threat to their dominance. According to a recent report by Reuters, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer expects a strong response to Windows Phone 8 and its partners. He says this would help the new operating system become a strong player in the smartphone market, and help generate a lot of sales for these new devices.
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