We're neither surprised nor disappointed
Recently it came out that Huawei was planning to release a dual-booting, unholy union device that would have both Android and Windows Phone 8 pre-installed. Now, in a statement to FierceWireless, Huawei says that Android is the focus, and any talks of a dual-booter are no longer correct.
"Huawei Consumer Business Group adopts an open approach towards mobile operating systems to provide a range of choices for consumers. However, most of our products are based on Android OS, [and] at this stage there are no plans to launch a dual-OS smartphone in the near future."
It seems like Huawei has flip-flopped on its original plans, though if this is the case we're not likely to find out what might have prompted it. So at least for now, it's business as usual.
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