Huawei has dropped the plan for dual-boot Android and Windows Phone. In a recent interview with FierceWireless, the company spokesman has told that, at this stage there are no plans for a dual-OS smartphone in the near future.
But previously a Huawei executive, marketing chief Shao Yang said that the company was working on dual-OS smartphone, which was to be run with Android & Windows OS together. In this phone, people would be able to choose OS between Android and Windows phone at the same time. But it was an effort to let customer switch to Windows from Android in fact. Huawei has confirmed that the plan has been abandoned but not explained the reason. Huawei will release more Windows phones in this year, although most of it’s smartphone will be Android powered.
India based mobile manufacturer Karbonn mobile has recently expressed their plan to make dual-OS smartphones. But they didn’t describe how the phone would work.
Reportedly, Google and Microsoft battling with each-other about manufacturer’s plan to make dual-OS PC that will run Android and Windows together. Asus has canceled its Transformer Book Duet after showing off the device at CES in January, and will stop selling its dual-OS Transformer AiO – informed Wall Street Journal. The Journal informed citing internal Asus memo that, Microsoft created new policy of not to support dual-OS products.