The world’s largest software development business, Microsoft is widely known for its trademark Windows OS. The US based company was founded in 1975 and since then taken the software world by storm. Microsoft Inc. is also a proud manufacturer of MS office Suite (lately it has released a cloud based Office 365, that has been massively popular worldwide).
Microsoft jumped into the smartphone manufacturing industry in 2010, by launching its windows OS based smartphone series. The business launched the series as rival to two popular smartphone OS namely Android from Google and IOS from Apple. In 2014, Microsoft completed its acquisition of one of the most successful mobile phone manufacturers of the world; Nokia.
Microsoft mobiles hasn’t been much successful in Oman, or in any other country in the world. The demise of Microsoft mobiles in Oman is mainly attributed to its Windows OS, more than anything else. The company acquired Nokia, which was at the time itself struggling to survive with its SYMBIAN based smartphone line against Android and iOS.
Microsoft have been upgrading its line of smartphone releasing more powerful and features products in a bet to gain inroads into Oman mobile market. The latest launch from the company is Microsoft Lumia 950 and Lumia 950XL. The smartphone incorporates a latest Docking port that enable you to connect smartphone with Windows PC or laptop, thus offering a more business friendly appeal to users.
Microsoft prices ranges OMR200 to OMR750 for different models. However, even with lower price tag than its competitors the company lags behind in terms of sales volume. You can get the latest Microsoft smartphone from all major carriers in Oman.
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