It is rather interesting to note that while Samsung does have its own mobile operating system in the form of bada, that doesn’t mean it shies away from other operating systems. Case in point, the upcoming Windows Phone 7 that might just renew Microsoft’s mobile OS rivalry with the rest of the other competition in the industry. While Samsung does churn out more Android and bada-powered smartphones compared to Windows Phone 7 models at point of publishing, all of that might just change in the future as Samsung is more than ready to hold its ground in the smartphone market. Will this point towards more Windows Phone 7 handsets from the South Korean consumer electronics giant? Perhaps, but how will they balance between WP7 and Android with Google’s mobile OS experiencing phenomenal growth at the moment?
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