Despite Microsoft's efforts to gain a foothold in the mobile space, the firm has recently shifted its focus toward third-party platforms. Leading platforms like Android have seen significant love from Redmond, with Microsoft Launcher and Cortana examples of services tightly integrated into Google's mobile kingdom.
While rumors are still circulating for the foldable Andromeda device, its success on other platforms hasn't gone unnoticed. One Windows Central community member drew attention to this on our forums, asking for your opinions on whether Microsoft should release a full Android-based device.
As always, we want to hear your thoughts on the topic. Should Microsoft release an Android smartphone? Or should Microsoft leave the platform to established OEMs? Drop into the forum thread linked below with your opinion.
- From the forums: Microsoft Android phone?
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