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Microsoft’s very own Smartphone at MWC

The rumours of Microsoft releasing it’s very own smartphone at Mobile World Congress continue apace.

This week, it’s Doug Freedman of Broadpoint AmTech — which sounds very much like an analyst firm — reckoning that Microsoft will announce their own smartphone at Mobile World Congress shortly.

If they brought one out running Android, I’d certainly stop what I was doing and take a look.

Not likely though? 😉

But I tell you what I’m hoping to see: A revolution. A total Microsoft Mobile revolution.

You never know…

By Ewan

Ewan is Founder and Editor of Mobile Industry Review. He writes about a wide variety of industry issues and is usually active on Twitter most days. You can read more about him or reach him with these details.

4 replies on “Microsoft’s very own Smartphone at MWC”

After years of having windows mobile phones i picked up my first Android phone “G1”. Since then whats the point in getting a windows mobile phone, the OS's are like night and day.

After years of having windows mobile phones i picked up my first Android phone “G1”. Since then whats the point in getting a windows mobile phone, the OS's are like night and day.

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