LG puts their money on Android, decides Windows Phone hardware is less important
In a move that shouldn’t really surprise anyone, LG has decided to set development of Windows Phone hardware in lieu of using Android for more handsets. LG has been known to bring to the market some great devices such as the new LG Lucid and LG Thrill 4G, and (as shown at MWC by the complete lack of anything WP-related) has been able to bring up a profit for the first time in 7 quarters of turning over losses, greatly due to the Android device market.
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