Samsung, HTC Mum on Any Interest in Windows Phone Post-Nokia

Despite announcing plans to buy Nokia’s phone business, Microsoft still has hopes other phone makers will want to build Windows Phones.
As for whether the handset makers have any interest, we’ll have to wait and see.
Nokia already dominates the Windows Phone landscape, accounting for nearly eight in 10 Windows Phone sales. HTC and Samsung are the next two biggest players, though at various times, Huawei, Dell, LG and ZTE have also made Windows Phones.

Both HTC and Samsung were rendered nearly speechless after Microsoft announced its deal late Monday.
A Samsung representative said that, regarding the Microsoft-Nokia acquisition, its official statement is, “Decline to comment.”

That was essentially the same response that HTC gave AllThingsD on Tuesday.
“We are assessing the situation and have no comment at this time,” an HTC representative said.
Contrast this with what HTC CEO Peter Chou had to...Read the rest of this post --->
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