First dual-boot Windows Phone 8 and Android handsets
It seems like Windows and Android are joint at the hip and they seem to be inseparable on a number of dual-boot devices apart from some community-driven projects which have become old by now. On the other hand, Google's mobile OS and Windows Phone are not in a position to comfortably share a smartphone. But it is high time they start strengthening their bond because we have a report from The Times of India which says that a local manufacturer Karbonn is on its way to introduce the dual-boot handset which will most probably launch by the month of June. The basic idea behind this concept is to produce a range of split-personality devices, keeping in mind the professional and tech-savvy types.
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