Samsung is the top phone company right now so they want to make sure they continue releasing windows phones with Samsung.
This is seed money for Microsoft, and I think they're doing the right thing. I wouldn't mind having a Windows phone if it were available on a desirable phone for a good price. I'm currently running Android 4.3 on my Galaxy S3, but I'm open to change (please - no Apple). The only Android app that I absolutely need is Torque, which allows me to read the OBD trouble codes when one of my vehicles is showing a CHECK ENGINE light. I'm sure Torque, or something similar, would become available for Windows if it becomes more mainstream.
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