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Samsung and Microsoft sign Windows Phone 7 alliance

Samsung has completed a deal with Microsoft which will see Windows Phone 7 and related application software loaded onto its forthcoming smartphones.

Several launches are scheduled for remainder of 2010 in Europe, the US, and Asia.

“For years, Samsung has been a key partner in bringing new Windows phones to customers all over the world,” said Steve Guggenheimer, corporate vice president, OEM division at Microsoft. “Windows Phone 7 is an important release and we look forward to deepening our collaboration with Samsung on mobile devices and beyond, with our multi-screen strategy.”

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