Thursday, April 5, 2012

License Price For Windows Phone Revealed

Price license Windows Phone operating system was revealed to the public for the first time. This happened shortly after the launch of the latest ZTE phones that use Windows Phone 7.5, ZTE Tania.

As reported by TrustedReviews, portfolio manager of ZTE UK, Santiago Sierra told the media he mentions Tania ZTE phones priced more expensive than similar phones (with Android) because they have to bear the cost of licensing Windows Phone by $23 to $30 Us dollars per device.

Responding to the statement, according to Microsoft, Windows Phone license price offered is different for each manufacturer depending on the volume of sales in each vendor and negotiation of vendor phone.

Compare with Google that did not charge a dime to use the Android operating system on mobile phones or tablet. However, according to several reliable sources, HTC and Samsung issued a fee of 10 to 15 U.S. dollars per device for each use of Android on your phone or tablet.

The size of the OS license price will affect the cost component vendors and directly affects the price of mobile devices.

In addition to the high prices license Windows Phone, Microsoft also get royalties for every Android phone sales due to Microsoft's patent there.

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