Company Acer will provide mobile platform Windows another opportunity after failure device Allegro W4 of 2012. According to the CEO, Jason ChenIn 2015 we see new terminal Acer with Windows Phone Number, and their disclosure wasproapie pretty fast. This news comes after repeated rumors suggesting that Acer will announce new phones based on the operating system from Microsoft. Considering that not many companies anymore proI currently carry such devices, it is possible that Acer will be more successful this time.
Jason Chen said in a conference to Acer partners that prolead components, such as the first Acer devices with Windows Phone 8.1 will be presented at Mobile World Congress 2015. Although talk about us smartphoneCEs, they will not provide unusual performance. Instead technology to target the high-end segment, the company believes that the release of entry-level devices is one of the best strategies. Given the undeniable success of the phone Lumia 520 sales and stronger low range models Nokia/ Microsoft, this decision is not quite without foundation.
The company had been planning to return to this market since 2013, announcing at that time that it would bring a smartphone in 2014. We have arrived in 2015, it seems that the initial plans have not been materializat. Surprisingly, Acer still wants to make such devices, as last year its representatives said they could not afford to risk new phones for a low-market platform that did not receive enough support from developers. software.
Considering that Windows Phone has really lost ground lately, and most of the app store is still missing services GoogleAs well as other applications quite importantly, the statements of now contradict those of the past. The only thing that has changed in the meantime has been the attitude of the giant company Microsoft, which has decided to unify the user experience on phones, tablets si PCCEs using Windows 10. It is possible that prothe mission of universal applications between Microsoft platforms to be the reason why a large number of proHardware leaders are beginning to pay more attention to this mobile operating system.