China-based Coship Mobile has been revealed as the latest partner to join the Windows Phone hardware device ecosystem today as part of Microsoft's announcements for the 2015 Mobile World Congress.
The company stated:
Microsoft also posted more information on what another China-based OEM, K-touch, has planned for Windows Phone products. K-touch revealed its intentions to support Windows Phone in May 2014.
Microsoft also mentioned's Acer's first Windows Phone device, the Liquid M220, along with UK-based Kazam's two new Thunder phones and the India-based XOLO Win Q1000.
Cherry Mobile, based in the Philippines, has already launched some Windows Phone devices, and today Microsoft said, "We are glad to see their next generation of devices that includes the 5″ Alpha Neon and 6″ Alpha View devices announced during MWC."
Overall, Microsoft said that 25 hardware partners have launched 31 Windows Phone models to customers in the past year. The company posted an infographic showing where those partners have sold those phones.
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