Sony Mobiles which is well known for the Android devices is not looking forward to employ Windows Phone operating system that has gained enough popularity in the recent times. The product marketing manager of Sony's Xperia products, Stephen Sneeden told that they are open to work with Windows Phone but as of now there are not specific plans about it.
Currently, the manufacturers who make use of the Windows mobile platform are Nokia, Samsung, LG and HTC but they are yet to make a mark in the market of mobile phones. Sony Mobile was reported to have talked with Microsoft to make itself has a hardware partner of Windows Phone in the early 2010. After which Sony Ericsson started to use the Android operating system for its Xperia smartphones. Since then, the company has not touched to work with Microsoft.
At the Mobile World Congress 2012, Stephen Sneeden talked little about the Windows Phone and mentioned that they have no stable plans regarding it. But he agreed that are possibilities of the company working on the Microsoft's mobile platform. Microsoft is also taking a great time to build a new user base and the Windows Phone 8 platform that is expected to become the game changer.