1. Kenneth Martin02's Avatar
    Do you think Microsoft will sell the Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9+?
    02-19-2018 07:47 PM
  2. faisalbaba's Avatar
    Do you think Microsoft will sell the Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9+?
    i think Microsoft will not sell this time

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    Kenneth Martin02 and azilgath like this.
    02-20-2018 04:34 AM
  3. realwarder's Avatar
    I think they might still ;)

    My reasoning: They still need to show they are 'in-mobile'. I.e. I think Microsoft Stores will still have Android phones in them showing their services on mobile.

    But only Microsoft knows... doubly true when it comes to anything "all in on mobile".
    02-21-2018 02:48 PM
  4. jazman_777's Avatar
    Whatever MS ends up doing, the marketing around it will be a mess.
    03-01-2018 11:37 AM
  5. neilbey's Avatar
    Do you think Microsoft will sell the Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9+?
    I don't know if they will, but if the can push a Microsoft-customized version through their store (all the MS apps, MS Launcher, etc) then that wouldn't be the worst thing in the world. Maybe at the same price as what Samsung is offering them for (which is the cheapest around).
    03-01-2018 02:34 PM
  6. caesar500's Avatar
    Do you think Microsoft will sell the Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9+?
    Not sure. I think they botched the messaging last year with the Microsoft Edition S8, which Samsung denied. That being said, the will want to store to be as profitable as possible. Messaging is the key and the base has been alienated before, so as long they have to make the messaging clear and concise, whichever way they go.
    03-01-2018 03:06 PM
  7. anon(10172601)'s Avatar
    The link on the main Win Central site asked "Should they sell it?", which is different from the title of this post "Will they sell it?"

    The answer to will they is... probably. Microsoft looks like a bunch of inept, dysfunctional, knuckleheads when it comes to mobile (both to new consumers and to their fan base... which is very disturbing) , and without the ultimate mobile device (Andromeda... Surface Note... Surface Phone...) sitting proudly on store shelves they will continue to look like a bunch of inept, dysfunctional, knuckleheads.

    The answer to should they is... yes... IF (and this is a big if)... they keep their promise to deliver the ultimate mobile device.

    That ultimate mobile device should be a foldable tablet (the size of a phone when folded) that has both a GPS and LTE. Which is exactly what the rumoured Andromeda device is supposed to be. It should come with a pen, included in the price, and be called the Surface Note.

    Microsoft should give up on coming out with any new purist phone devices. There is simply no way for them to regain lost ground in the bumbling... fumbling... disaster of Windows mobile. And btw much/most of that fault is Nadellas, it's not just Ballmer's. So yeah, go ahead and sell a Microsoft preloaded Android phone with all the MS services on it.

    But at the same time they absolutely must come out with a mobile device that runs UWP apps. And I believe they must do so this year. Not next year... or the year after... or the year after that, but this year. Show your developer base and your fan base that you are 110% committed to UWP. That you have a backbone in that jelly flesh of yours after all. And that you are truly committed to the Windows OS on all form factors.
    JaimitoFrog likes this.
    03-01-2018 03:54 PM
  8. uncle525@outlook.com's Avatar
    Do you think Microsoft will sell the Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9+?
    They should just Put win 10S on it before they do.
    03-01-2018 05:24 PM
  9. covfefe's Avatar
    With all the dual-boot and provision-os-at-first-run patents Microsoft has filed recently, they seem to be at least planning to have some (presumably flagship) android devices (phone or tablet) be able to run Windows, even if they are primarily android focussed devices.
    03-01-2018 11:04 PM
  10. Elky64's Avatar
    With all the dual-boot and provision-os-at-first-run patents Microsoft has filed recently, they seem to be at least planning to have some (presumably flagship) android devices (phone or tablet) be able to run Windows, even if they are primarily android focussed devices.
    Microsoft appears to be great at conjuring up a new ideas and "planning" but their "follow through" to the point of it actually materializing seems to be their nemesis.
    03-02-2018 09:33 AM
  11. Renas S's Avatar
    Do you think Microsoft will sell the Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9+?
    You should sell the upcoming version of each HUAWEI Smartphones.
    I would buy it and I am willing to say that much more are interested in „Huawei“,
    They have made Hardware for everybody and Software which other still haven’t programmed yet.
    It’s your decision - best regards!
    03-02-2018 10:16 AM
  12. covfefe's Avatar
    Microsoft appears to be great at conjuring up a new ideas and "planning" but their "follow through" to the point of it actually materializing seems to be their nemesis.
    When there's more leadership in the cluster of mold in my shower drain, it's certainly not mind boggling to understand why there is zero follow through from Microsoft on their genius developer and inventor ideas.
    Elky64 likes this.
    03-03-2018 08:52 AM
  13. Gary Russo's Avatar
    Microsoft started selling the Galaxy S9. Here is the link.
    xandros9 likes this.
    03-05-2018 02:02 PM

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