Acer’s Allen Burnes said in a report today the company would not develop any more Windows Phone’s until the demand for the OS is higher.
Currently Windows Phone stands at a dismal 4% of the market, compared to Android with 70% of the smartphone map. However, Windows Phone has significantly less smartphones on the market.
Acer will continue the Liquid series of their smartphones for now, until they find a suitable reason to jump into the Windows Phone race.
While this may seem disappointing to Windows Phone fans awaiting Acer’s move into the mobile race, it does seem Nokia and Samsung will be providing ample smartphones in the next year.