In addition to Android, HTC does have a line of smartphones based on Windows Phone models. But it is reported that Taiwanese manufacturers will no longer support the operating system from Microsoft.
Before you go make a phone Nokia Windows Phone, the HTC is the biggest vendor that has a variety of types of phones based on the operating system. HTC now has only about 5% of the total population of Windows Phone, Nokia is far behind at 80%. While the second position is filled by Samsung.
According to Digitimes, and quoted on Wednesday (08/14/2013), it is a sign that HTC began to move away from Windows Phone. In fact, some observers predict that Windows Phone still has a bright future, better than the BlackBerry. Continue reading “HTC No Longer Want to Make Windows Phone?”
Microsoft has just reported last financial condition. One interesting thing is, a vendor founded by Bill Gates is interesting enough money earned from the use of the Android operating system.
Yes, Microsoft does not use Android. But Microsoft has an agreement with several Android vendors to pay patent licensing. Microsoft patents there are used in the Android OS, although not mentioned in detail.
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Along the way, HTC never sell a 7-inch tablet and a 10-inch Android-based named Flyer and Jestream. But in fact failed. Now they try their luck again in the tablet market.
It’s not the Taiwanese vendors are putting it, but from the research institute NPD DisplaySearch. According to them, HTC is currently working on a tablet with the embedded operating system Windows 8 Pro or Windows RT.
Quoted from Phone Arena, Monday (04/01/2013), NPD DisplaySearch claims tablet will be sized 10.1 inch buataan LG Display. While carrying the 1920×1080 pixel resolution with 218 ppi density.
But it is not known, whether the tablet Windows 8 will carry the stylus as that of the two previous versions.
Some have claimed that the HTC tablet with Windows 8 will soon be done by Pegatron in the near future. Although both HTC and Microsoft are equally reluctant to talk about the speculation.