Motorola Microsoft Phone Confirmed by Orange
Sep 5, 2003, 1:46 PM by (staff)
French carrier Orange yesterday confirmed that it is planning to launch a Motorola phone running Microsoft's smartphone software. The Financial Times reports that the phone will be available later this month. The phone will mark a major milestone for Microsoft's mobile phone efforts, as possibly the first Microsoft phone to market from a top-tier manufacturer. Samsung has committed to offering a Microsoft phone, but has so far been unsuccessful bringing it to market.
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