Updated 26 May, 2013, 10:38 am IST
HTC refutes allegations that Microsoft snubbed them with Windows 8
| by Aaron Almeida |
Yesterday it had been reported that internal sources had informed Bloomberg that Microsoft had locked out HTC from developing Windows RT or Windows 8 tablets, as they have insufficient experience in making tablets. Now, it appears that the report did not go down well with folks at HTC and they have issued a statement denying allegations that they are out of the league for developing Windows RT tablets. According to a statement issued by HTC, the brand stated that they will continue working with software giant, Microsoft in developing new products. They go on to state, “HTC has sold more than 40 million Windows Phones over the last ten years," the company said in a statement. "We are committed to future versions of Microsoft's Windows Phone platform more than ever.”
HTC do not rule themselves out of contention in making Windows 8 tablets
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