The tech giant Microsoft’s bet on Android with the availability of various software in this operating system led to the tech giant Microsoft establishing partnerships with manufacturers and their smartphones were sold in the company’s physical stores. Hence, now the tech giant Microsoft to sell another Android smartphone, after Samsung Galaxy S8 in its stores.
Microsoft To Sell This Monstrous Android Smartphone In Its Stores
The tech giant Microsoft, with the extinction of the Lumia range and the break in the development of Windows 10 Mobile, has made it difficult to find and acquire Windows smartphones. However, its bet on Android with the availability of various software in this operating system led to the tech giant Microsoft establishing partnerships with manufacturers and their smartphones were sold in the company’s physical stores.
Initially, only the Samsung Galaxy S8 was included in this plan but, according to the latest information, the Razer Phone will also be sold in Microsoft stores in the United States of America.
The Razer Phone was introduced a week ago and proves to be one of the most powerful smartphones of 2017, with top specs designed to ensure several fun moments for gamers and other users who get it.
Its 5.7-inch display with Quad HD resolution, refresh rate of 120Hz and its 8GB RAM in conjunction with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 will be able to provide a gameplay experience superior to that normally present in this type of handsets.
Its launch is scheduled for November 17 and will be available from Microsoft stores located in the US from that date.
This will be the second Android smartphone to be sold by Microsoft in its stores. However, the tech giant Microsoft has closed partnerships with several companies and manufacturers, with rumors that in the near future Xiaomi will also have the help of Microsoft when penetrating the Chinese brand in the North American market.
Currently, the tech giant Microsoft stores already sell several Razer products and are available in physical stores and online stores.
The tech giant Microsoft with these partnerships and these actions shows that despite giving up Windows Mobile, it continues to make a presence in the smartphone segment, building business partnerships and placing its software on multiple Android devices.
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