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HTC made 80 percent of all Windows Mobile phones

Posted on Monday, February 23 2009 @ 01:35:01 CET by

Microsoft unveiled about 80 percent of all Windows Mobile phones ever made come from HTC:
On stage at the Mobile World Congress, Andy Lees, Microsoft's senior vice president of its mobile communications business, stated the company had reached a milestone of 50 million devices sold over the lifetime of the platform, which stretches back into at least 2003 (and perhaps earlier, depending on how the company kept count through several names changes of its smartphone and PDA products built on Windows CE).

A report by Tricia Duryee for monoNews covering the event stated that HTC CEO Peter Chou then got on stage and announced, "I’m an old veteran of Windows Mobile. We try really hard to make all the visions happen, and we have sold more than 40 million HTC Windows mobile phones around the world.” That leaves a small minority of Windows Mobile devices ever built to originate with the rest of Microsoft's range of licensees.



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