GoodBye, Windows Phone: New Android Phone Available On Microsoft Store

In recent times, the tech giant Microsoft had pretty much accepted the death of its own mobile platform. Yes, we are talking about Windows Phone. The company had confirmed that Windows Phone will no longer receive new hardware and features.

The company is already looking for other plans to remain an influential player in mobile industries. Microsoft is already making its apps and services available in Android and iOS, as this could allow non-Windows phones to continue using its products.
Well, Windows phones are slowly disappearing from Microsoft Store and Android smartphones are replacing them. Recently, we have seen Samsung Galaxy S8 landed in the Microsoft store. Now, it looks like another Android smartphone had made its way to the Microsoft store.
This time it’s all new Razer phone that was announced this month appeared in Microsoft store. So, people can buy the Razer phone from Microsoft’s online store. Microsoft had advertised its revamped Microsoft launcher in Razer Phone listing along with few other apps.

Microsoft says “Microsoft Launcher, available from the Google Play store, gives you the ability access your calendar, documents, and recent activities in your personalized feed. You can even open photos, docs, and webpages on your Windows PC with a Microsoft account or work/school account, so you can be productive on all your devices. A single tap on a file in the Android home screen feed will trigger it to launch on a PC, allowing you to work seamlessly between your Android phone and Windows computer”
You can purchase Razer Phone from Microsoft for $699.99. It looks like, Microsoft is adoption an effective strategy to boost adoption of its app in Android platform. So, what do you think about this? Share your views in the comment box below.

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