Windows Phone Snagged Some 7% Of The Chinese Market

Posted on May 18 2012 - 6:09am by Editorial Staff

Windows Phone might not able to adhered much as Microsoft planned for, a recent report from Dutch publication Emerce contains a notifying fact stating that Windows Phone snagged some 7% of the Chinese market – Yes the percentage is pretty low, although at least the company got a start in the land of world’s largest population with maximum number of mobile users base.

Michel van der Bel, COO Greater China Region at Microsoft, expects the market share is sure to grow. “We’ve only just begun.” He expects a lot of the new smartphone and PC tablet because of their multitasking: “Our smartphone and PC-tablet hybrid, which is suitable for the consumer, but also easy to insert in an existing business infrastructure. This allows us better than most competitors respond to the consumerization of IT. ”

In terms of apps is still well behind the company. “We have indeed a sweep. Currently employs 2,500 people in our R & D department in China. As we invest heavily in, “says the COO.

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