‘People want Android, not Windows Phone’, says Samsung executive



According to the Wall Street Journal, which interviewed the director of Samsung’s mobile division, JK Shin, Android devices are currently the most preferred by consumers when compared to those equipped with Windows Phone.

When asked if anything would have changed with Microsoft’s approach to Nokia, the Samsung executive pointed to a drop in consumer interest in Windows devices, including smartphones and tablets.

“Smartphones and tablets based on the Windows operating system are not selling very well.

There is a preference in the market for Android.

In Europe, we are also seeing a lackluster demand for Windows products, ”said Shin.

As for Google, he debunked some recent rumors and clarified that Samsung continues to support Android.

“We like Android and we intend to continue our good relations with Google.

I don’t think it is correct to say that there is friction, ”he said.