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Microsoft takes the Android profit, the Wonkas take the pain

Not strange if Yahoo is hot to observe Microsoft signed licensing agreements with several vendors Android, for instance Samsung and HTC. Microsoft is expected to reap vast sums of dollars within the deal.

Based on the predictions of financial institutions Goldman Sachs, Microsoft is predicted to receive USD 444 million through fiscal year 2012 that resulted in June next year.

According to Goldman Sachs, Microsoft earns money about $ three to $ 6 from each with the Android phones sold by vendors who have signed a licensing agreement. Large players like Samsung or HTC will donate just a little income aren't able to keep in mind their Android handsets sold properly.

Quoted from Electronista, Friday (09/30/2011), Microsoft's revenues from Android was fairly exceeds the revenue from the own platform, Windows Telephone 7. With around 1.72 million units of mobile Windows sold, Microsoft is 'only' gets USD 103, 4 million annually from licensing.

Telephone Mango and the presence of Windows version 7.5 was supposed to increase Microsoft's mobile business. And strategic duet with Nokia which will makes use of the Windows Phone in the future smartphones, is regarded as popularized Windows Phone.
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