With the decision to leave Windows 10 Mobile, the tech giant Microsoft had to turn to other offers to keep its online store up and running with compelling offers for consumers. Hence, the tech giant Microsoft is now selling more Android smartphones than the Windows ones.
Microsoft Is Now Selling More Android Smartphones Than Windows Ones
With the decision to leave Windows 10 Mobile, the tech giant Microsoft had to turn to other offers to keep its online store up and running with compelling offers for consumers.
The choice was obvious and fell on Android smartphones. Nowadays the scenario has evolved and there are already more Android smartphones than Windows 10 Mobile for sale in the Microsoft store.
Over the years the tech giant Microsoft has narrowed its offer in terms of smartphones, a result of a lack of interest in its operating system. Without these offers, their partners have also abandoned their proposals for Windows 10 Mobile.
To keep its equipment shop active, and as part of the strategy to move to the other operating systems, the tech giant Microsoft has decided to sell Android smartphones, some in special versions, with all its software pre-installed.
Nowadays, and in a quick analysis, it is possible to see that the tech giant Microsoft’s store is dominated by the Android offer. There you can find Samsung smartphones (Galaxy S8 and S8 + and Note 8) and Razer (Razer Phone).
On the opposite side, the Windows 10 Mobile universe, the offer is more reduced. We found only 2 proposals. One from HP, the Elite x3, and another from Alcatel, the Idol 4S. Both smartphones were launched in 2016 and are therefore with reduced prices.
Something incomprehensible is the absence of any Microsoft proposal, even if with some market time. It would be expected that the Lumia 950 and 950XL, the 650 or 550 were present, as happened until a few days ago.
There is not much hope that this scenario will change soon, but it shows the adaptability that the tech giant Microsoft has had. Instead of breaking with the competition, it has adapted and is able to be present within the company with its software proposals. Still, it is curious that a company that builds smartphones is today mostly dependent on the competition to have offers to consumers.
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