Huawei intends to release a hybrid smartphone which will boot Android and Windows Phone in the United States. The company’s chief marketing officer Shao Yang confirmed the plan in an interview with TrustedReviews.
Huawei’s CMO offered no explanation on why the company decided to offer two competing OS ecosystems in the same device. However, Yang suggested that with Windows Phone alone on board, the device might have a harder time attracting customers.
The upcoming dual-OS smartphone is said to be released at some point in Q2 this year. The handset’s launch will take place around the same time as the rollout of Windows Phone 8.1 by Microsoft.
Huawei’s intentions are should hardly catch anyone by surprise. Recently, Microsoft eased up the hardware requirements for Windows Phone, thus allowing it to easier coexist with another OS on the same device.
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Android is allways best because its have loot of app best games like game consoles more faster best performance but windows is totaly suckys any show me proof for windows best
Windows Phone never freeze or lag or reboot by itself unlike androids .. now zip it cuz I used both.... and windows doesnt need the best features to run fluently but android need 4 to 8 cores while windows need 2 core which is cheeper..... ...