At a recent industry conference Motorola Mobilityâ€™s Sanjay Jha has confirmed once again that they are open to developing a Windows Phone 7 handset.
"I think we’re completely open to the notion of Windows as a platform," Jha said in an appearance at the Oppenheimer Technology & Communications Conference.
He confirmed however that they would only do it if they achieved special partner status like Nokia has, saying otherwise that at present "clearly, all of our focus today is on Android."
Jha was still waiting to see which OS will shake it for the 3rd place, saying only one of Windows Phone 7, webOS and RIM can survive.
While Motorola has seen an early revival from adopting Android, the company has not been able to maintain their momentum, suffering an operating loss once again in the most latest quarter.
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