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Sony Ericsson joins Nokia, HTC, Samsung and LG Windows Phone Gang?

| March 6, 2011 | 37 Replies

Microsoft got a big boost when Nokia joined the ranks to become a manufacturer of Windows Phone devices (and hopefully as Rafe Blandford predicts, will become the major manufacturer holding >80% of all Windows Phone sales/shipments). But as Elop has mentioned, they don’t want to be the ONLY one in the ecosystem. For it to succeed, there needs to be multiple manufacturers. So, on top of LG, HTC and Samsung (the main Android players) we now have Sony Ericsson who may perhaps be joining Ballmer’s team as suggested by the device pictured at Estato which shows a SE QWERTY slider handset with Windows Phone 7. If real.

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I wonder if they will be able to customise Windows Phone to show PS related things in addition to XBox stuff?

Whilst there’s no official announcement of this handset, thenextweb says that SE has mentioned Windows Phone on their roadmap back in September. With both Nokia and SE prone to delivering devices late, who’s going to get their handset out to consumers first?

Estato via thenextweb

Aren’t Dell making Windows Phone too? To launch this week? Dell Venue Pro…ah yes.

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