Well isn’t this an interesting idea. According to Bloomberg’s sources, Windows Phone’s head honcho Terry Myerson met with some people over at HTC last month, and they weren’t just talking about any old thing. They were exploring the idea of loading the Windows Phone operating system alongside Android on a handset. Since talks are private at this time, neither a spokesman from Microsoft or HTC would comment on the matter.
Things start to become very interesting when seeing the lengths at which Microsoft may be willing to go. Apparently Myerson discussed cutting or even eliminating the license fee for HTC to use the Windows Phone operating system. With Windows Phone holding just over three percent of the market since the second quarter, there is curiosity to see how Microsoft manages to expand. As per the sources, it is unknown whether or not Android and Windows Phone would run simultaneously or give users the option as to which operating system they would run.