Microsoft’s general manager of Windows Phone Product Marketing Gavin Kim has quit the role following a five month stint. Kim previously role was at Samsung before joining Microsoft in November to head up the company’s Windows Phone marketing division. The company confirmed Kim’s departure in a statement issued last week, revealing that it was his own personal decision to leave. “We feel very good about the work he has done to set the team, and its new lead Eugene Ho, up for success. We wish him all the best,” said a Microsoft spokesperson.
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