Samsung has indicated that they will be getting into the Windows Phone 8 space.

They disclosed this to Tech website Tech Radar.

Matt Brum, head of product management at Samsung, said that the company would be working with Microsoft to bring WP8 products to the market

at the end of the year:

“We’re very much still focusing on Windows, and still have products in that area. We’re committed to delivering their products going forward.”

In addition, Mr. Brum spoke about tablets as well..

“We’re very excited about [Windows Phone 8], as we’re one of very few manufacturers that can do the convergence story that we can – so the fact that Windows 8 covers everything from tablets to laptops to phones is very cool.”

Apollo is starting to stir up a lot of buzz…stay tuned for more on that..


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  • DCJason

    Yea! I’ve heard the reason a lot of people switch to Android is just because they want the Samsung hardware. Samsung has some very clever features and it will be nice to see them in a Windows phone (and maybe a smaller tablet like they produce now). It will be nice that users won’t have to compromise on the OS if they are fans of Samsung.

  • Ray C

    Samsung needs to hurry up and come out with a new phone and really get behind it. HTC is coming out it’s smaller phone, and we know Nokia is dropping something every time you turn around. The problem is Microsoft is doing all the work. They did all the heavy lifting marketing Windows and Windows Phone. Nokia was the only one actually marketing the devices themselves, of course with help from Microsoft I’m sure. I see Galaxy commercials all the time. Anybody that builds a phone should be out there with the carriers hyping up their product.