Nokia Lumia series of smartphones accounts for 90% of the Windows Phone eco-system. The support from the other manufacturers like HTC, Huawei and Samsung in developing WP powered smartphones has been rather poor, which is a cause of concern for Microsoft.
Having already acquired Nokia, Microsoft is now trying to motivate other global manufacturers to develop Windows Phone OS based smartphones. According to a tweet from Eldar Murtazin, Microsoft has offered an annual sum of $1 billion to Samsung if the Koreans start producing Windows Phone devices.
Another "good" news from Microsoft - company negotiate with Samsung and offer 1 billion support if vendor will produce Windows Phone devices— Eldar Murtazin (@eldarmurtazin) December 12, 2013
Back in the day Microsoft offered a similar deal to Nokia when they joined forces. As a part of the agreement, Nokia received $250 million every quarter from the Redmond giant as "platform support payments".
Unfortunately, there is no official word at the moment, so take it all with a pinch of salt.
Ever heard of auto correct. Please tell me you know how auto correct and spell check work together.
Why do you need to spell check when you should know the correct spelling of the word since you probably write for a living?Plus you're is correct you just dont know when to use it.
You know the first time when you mentioned spell check. I use a galaxy note 3 and I can't help it if koreans don't know how to properly incorporate such "useful" features onto their flagship phones. Now you have yourself a good day and just...