WSJ: Microsoft Currently Testing Its Own Smartphone With Asian Suppliers

Posted on Nov 2 2012 - 5:47am by Editorial Staff

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According to the Wall Street Journal citing sources reported that the software giant Microsoft now stepping in the world of smartphone market with testing the one for itself with Asian suppliers, although there are no words on whether or not if the company launch the device for mass market production although being heard that phone reportedly having a screen of four to five inches.

Further, in an interview with the publication on Monday, Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer declined to comment on Microsoft working on to develop its own smartphone or not, “We’re quite happy this holiday [season] going to market hard with Nokia, Samsung and HTC,” said Mr. Ballmer, referring to companies making smartphones powered by Microsoft software. “Whether we had a plan to do something different or we didn’t have a plan I wouldn’t comment in any dimension.”

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