Microsoft’s COO, announced during his keynote that the company hopes to sell up to 100 million Windows Phone devices annually. “We have dreams and aspirations that we can get to 100 million units per year with that single deal,” he said.
The software giant plans to mainly lean on Nokia, which agreed to switch to Windows Phone as its primary platform. Nokia’s first Windows phone is codenamed Sea Ray. At the conference, Microsoft also showed off four unannounced Windows phones from Acer, ZTE, Fujitsu, and Samsung, techspot report
Windows Phone users should keep their eyes peeled for Windows Phone 7.5 (codenamed Mango), which is expected to begin rolling out this fall. Check out our preview of the update from last month.