1. dougsyo's Avatar
    Seen on zdnet:

    Daou said the Softies are not necessarily counting on stealing share from Nokia, RIM, Apple or any of the Android handset vendors. Nor are they relying solely on the installed Windows Mobile phone base to upgrade to Windows Phone 7. Instead, Microsoft officials are claiming that the majority of the projected 30 million Windows Phone 7 devices to be current feature phone users who will be ready to upgrade to smartphones.

    Its also worth noting that Microsoft is unlikely to make much money off licensing fees for the Windows Phone OS. Instead, Microsoft officials see Windows Phone 7 devices as being the conduit for much bigger sales of its still-unannounced cloud services for these phones...



    http://www.zdnet.com/blog/microsoft/...-7-target/6375

    Doug
    05-31-2010 09:01 AM
LINK TO POST COPIED TO CLIPBOARD