Samsung plans to release a Windows-based smartphone in October 2012 Phone this. Not Mango Windows Phone version 7.5 which will be adopted Samsung, but Windows Phone 8 with the code name Apollo.
Samsung Taiwan's office responded to a reporter's question about when to adopt Samsung Windows Phone. Mango is considered inappropriate to target the high-end segment, which is why Samsung would prefer Apollo.
Samsung Taiwan was the source of said at least one Windows mobile phone which was released in October. While rumors are circulating calling, Samsung will launch three phones Windows Phone 2012.
Samsung's Head of Product Management, Matt Brum, also said similar things. "Windows Phone 8 will come at the end of this year, and will enhance platform capability, and Samsung is to optimize your Windows Phone," Brum said.
Samsung managed to become the largest smartphone manufacturer in 2011 thanks to Android and the Galaxy family, beating Apple's iPhone as a producer. In fact, Samsung beat Nokia as a producer who for years led the mobile phone market.
Nokia's own Symbian chose to start leaving. The Finnish manufacturer has a cordial relationship with Microsoft in the smartphone business.
Until now, Nokia has released three variants of the smartphone family Lumia, Lumia namely 710, 800 and Nokia Lumia 900. All of them adopt Windows Phone 7.5 Mango.