Samsung's odd mobile OS priorities

Manufacturer reportedly to focus on Windows Phone 7 next year, despite success with Android

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There's an interesting post on GigaOm which informs readers that Samsung, the No. 2 cell phone manufacturer in the world, is "reportedly shifting its focus to Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 in 2011":

According to a report in iMobile.cn, 63 percent of smartphones built by Samsung will be WP7 devices, followed by Android at 32 percent and its own Bada OS at 6 percent. This follows on a report last week that Samsung was internally focusing on WP7.

[ Also on ITworld: Samsung reportedly sells 600,000 Galaxy Tabs ]

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