Thai Samsung Electronics' Telecommunication Unit, Sitthichoke Nopchinabutr, recently talked to Asian One and reportedly said that next year, Samsung will introduce 15 to 20 new smartphones models using Android, Windows, and Bada operating systems. That part is perfectly fine, but then he apparently said that for every 50 smartphones using Windows Phone, the company will make 24 using Android and five using Bada.
We're going to have to put this one in the rumor box for two reasons. The first is because the ratio seems rather odd especially since we know Samsung is doing very well in the smartphone market thanks to Android. The second is a bit more minor: Bada is misspelled as Brada, twice. That doesn't change the fact that Samsung is apparently planning to produce twice as many Windows phones as Android devices, but it still makes us question the validity of the entire statement.
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