Sunday, September 19, 2010

No CDMA Windows 7 Phones Until 2011


While I was off vacationing, it appears that Microsoft has stated that there will be no Windows 7 smartphones released for Verizon or Sprint in 2010.
“For the worldwide market, the vast majority of phones are GSM phones, so we focused on GSM first and then plan to deliver an update that will have great CDMA support in the first half of 2011. That’s device availability in the first half and we’re very confident of that. That’s probably a conservative estimate," said Microsoft senior product manager, Greg Sullivan.
After Microsoft's disaster with the Kin, I'm all for letting them test out their new mobile operating system in "the worldwide market" before it comes to Verizon or Sprint.  The silver lining is that customers on AT&T and T-Mobile have a chance of getting their hands on a Windows 7 phone before anyone else her in the States.

[Via BoyGeniusReport.com...]
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