Microsoft Company is moving to achieve far broader viewers for Smartphones operating its Windows Phone software by flipping to lower cost chipsets and reducing limitations on how mobile phone designers use its software to motivate them to lower costs.
The senior vice president of Microsoft for handset makers, Mr Nick Parker said the improvements have drawn a range of mobile phone makers to develop Windows Phones, including India’s Xola and Karbonn, Foxconn, Lenovo, South Korea’s LG Electronics and ZTE, Longcheer and Gionee. On Sunday, Mr Parker says at the trade fair of Mobile World Congress that we are available to open business on a Windows Phone to anybody who would like to build a Windows phone.
Typically the Windows Phones sell for $100, despite the fact that the handset of Nokia’s Lumia 520 has an unsubsidised cost of about S$241 in Europe.
The reports stated that the some of the Windows Phone standards may also make easier. Microsoft had earlier kept a good hold on hardware specifications, for instance, requiring on 3 physical buttons, to build a uniform Windows Phone buyer experience, irrespective of mobile phone maker.