According to company’s chairman Sudhir Hasija,
“Microsoft has eased the regulations and is opening up its platform for other players. We signed the agreement two days ago and will launch a range of Windows phones in about three months,” Hasija said. The dual-OS phones will be out by June, and will target office-going professionals and ‘techies’, he said. The company is yet to zero in on the price range.
While we have earlier heard rumors about Microsoft considering strategy of Dual-OS smartphones to push Windows Phone as an alternative to Android, this may be the first example of this strategy taking shape.