Motorola Mobility is open to developing phones that run Windows Phone OS, as Microsoft's mobile platform begins to gain momentum.
Chief executive Sanjay Jha said the Libertyville, Ill.-based company would build handsets that run Windows Phone OS if it could strike a deal with Microsoft similar to the one the software giant made with Nokia.
Jha's comments are a bit of a departure from his February statement that Motorola intended to focus completely on Android. The CEO maintains the company's present focus is still on Android, but it appears he is open to a future where that may change. More
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