Microsoft and Google join forces to create a smartphone


Mexico City , February 14, 2014 – . After the mobile devices business Nokia Corp. was acquired by Microsoft , they plan to launch a smartphone that runs a version of Android, Google ‘s operating system .
Microsoft Corp. has appealed this decision in order to increase its share in the mobile phone market . Before Microsoft bought Nokia’s business , they were already working on an Android phone.
For now, Microsoft seems willing to outsource part of its Android phones lines to boost their sales and support operation for manufacturing cell . A rise in sales to help cover the high cost of competing in a smartphone market dominated by Google , Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co., according to sources .
Microsoft executives have said that one of the reasons for buying Nokia was to improve their chances of capturing consumers in emerging countries.


Mexican Business Web, with media information.

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