Windows Phone OS system is gaining popularity day-by-day, especially on European shores where it has surpassed 10 percent, thanks to Nokia for dedicating their resources entirely for Windows Phone 8.
Now, according to a new report, Sony might launch a new smartphone next year, powered by Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system.
The report mentions that Sony is considering launching a Windows Phone handset in 2014, according to The Information who are citing a person who claims to have knowledge of the company’s plans. T
According to The Information,
Sony, whose mobile unit has exclusively made smartphones powered by Google’s Android software for nearly four years, has considered launching a Windows phone as soon as mid-2014, according to a person who was involved in the talks and a person briefed about the device.
This could come as a very good news for the folks at Redmond, as Sony has dedicated all its resources for Google’s operating system. It could come as a shock to many people, and could be a good thing for the growth of Windows Phone OS.
What do you think about it? Is there a chance for Windows Phone to kick things off in style if Sony decides to launch a Windows Phone handset? Share your thoughts.Filed Under: Mobile Phone News