Samsung’s strategy for Windows Phone 8 includes attacking Nokia

Windows Phone 8 Logo
Windows Phone 8 Logo

 

When the new versions of Microsoft’s mobile and PC platform are released later this year, Samsung are planning on including them in their portfolio and using them against Nokia. At least that’s what the latest rumors state. According to them, Samsung are planning on releasing both tablets and smartphones with Windows (Phone) 8, some of which are going to be identical to the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note. It’s still unclear whether the software for the stylus is going to be incorporated in the OS itself or Samsung will have to add it themselves. It’s possible that Samsung’s first Windows Phone 8 smartphone is called the Focus 2 and some of its supposed specifications are a 4.7″ HD display, dual-core processor, 12MP camera with a dedicated shutter button and NFC and LTE capabilities.

Windows Phone 8 Concept
Windows Phone 8 Concept

 

The rumors also suggest, that we’re going to see two tablets, running Windows 8, with displays of 11″ and 14″, as the latter is even said to come in a modification with a slide-out keyboard. Samsung’s series of Windows Phone 8 smartphones is rumored to be called “Focus” (a name, which has so far only been used in the US) and it’s going to be sold alongside the Galaxy series. B. A.

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