Motorola:Windows Mobile 7 will be released in 2010
February 6, 2009, 11:10 am
Last year, Motorola refused to release mobile phones with the Symbian-platform UIQ. In 2009, the manufacturer will create devices with Android, Linux and Windows Mobile. Recently Sanzhay Jha (Sanjay Jha), director of Motorola, answered the questions of analysts during a conference devoted to results of 2008. It was asked whether Motorola linking its future with Windows Mobile. Jha replied as follows:Yes, we remain faithful to Windows Mobile. As you know, this year is the sixth version of Windows Mobile. It certainly is now giving way to the platform Android. Therefore, in 2009 we will make much of the effort to develop Android-devices. However, in 2010, when the seventh version will be Windows Mobile, we concentrate our attention on it. Microsoft representatives did not react to the statement Jha. Remember that earlier Microsoft had planned to release Windows Mobile 7 in the second half of 2009. Instead, at the MWC 2009 will be presented to Windows Mobile 6. 5.