Microsoft denies rumours about making their own Windows Phone 8 handset
| by Roydon Cerejo |
After Microsoft pulled a fast one on OEM’s by launching their own homegrown tablet PC, we couldn’t help but speculate whether they’ll pull off the same stunt with Windows Phone 8, as well. We know that Nokia is one of the biggest allies, when it comes to delivering hardware for Microsoft’s mobile OS, but we couldn’t shake the feeling that the Redmond-based company was busy building their own phone secretly. In an interview with Information Week, when Greg Sullivan, Senior Marketing Manager for Windows Phone was asked if they do plan to build a reference phone in the future, he categorically denied all rumors by simply stating, “No, we do not”. Microsoft has made it clear that they are happy with the work done by OEMs, like HTC, Samsung, Nokia and Huawei. “We have a strong ecosystem of partners that we are very satisfied with," said Sullivan.
No reference phone from Micooft in th works, or so they say
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