T-Mobile moving from WM to Android worldwide?

By: T-Marco March 6th, 2009

Situation with Windows Mobile this year is a bit depressing: still no multi-touch in sight (Windows Mobile 7 in second half of 2010 might have it, or maybe not?), app store for Windows Mobile still not released, and Windows Mobile 6.5 coming too late (after Summer 2009) to impress anybody.

If this all would not be enough, it looks like good old friend of Windows Mobile is abandoning it:
Sure, this does not mean T-Mobile will stop selling WM devices, but it’s clear that the international carrier does want to have more Android handsets rather than more Windows Mobile ones.

Reinhard Clemens is CEO of T-Systems, one of major subsidiaries of German telco Deutsche Telekom – the biggest telecommunications corporation in EU, that also owns T-Mobile, including T-Mobile USA. He is also on Executive Board of the whole Deutsche Telekom corporation, so he knows very well what are plans of T-Mobile.

Via UnwiredView

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2 Responses to “T-Mobile moving from WM to Android worldwide?”

  1. BigPocketPair on March 9th, 2009 4:14 pm


    I can’t wait for more Android devices… I love my G1 and all, but would really like some more options!

  2. Leo Ducard. on March 19th, 2009 1:31 pm

    Oh dear it’s March 19, 2009 and I can not find word in the new G2. who said that it goin to be on the market on 01/26/2009

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