Samsung puts its Smartphone portfolio beind Microsoft Windows Phone 7

Not Android, and not Bada. In fact those two OS's combined won't match the emphasis Samsung is putting on Windows Phone 7 platforms. Samsung has made serious changes to their smartphone lineup in the past year as they announced they were abandoning the Symbian. The smartphone giant has also launched their own platform called Bada, which is designed to move their feature phones upscale into the smartphone market. However, all that has changed as they focus on the Windows Phone 7 platform.

Samsung to put more of its smartphone eggs in the Windows Phone 7 basket

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