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How Windows Phone Could Revolutionize the Mobile Industry?

Ever since Windows Phone broke the ice in October 2010, it kept on attracting the users worldwide owing to its multiple features. Recently, with the launch of Windows Phone 8, the mobile OS from Microsoft has gained even more momentum and is seen as a feasible alternative to the already established Android and iOS market.   [caption id="attachment_551" align="aligncenter" width="602"] [1] Source: smaato [2][/caption]   While collaboration with Nokia has immensely contributed to its widespread popularity, introduction of apps from renowned corporate houses especially for Windows Phone 8 backed devices has also played its part in the success of the OS.
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