Microsoft has begun to take pre-orders for Razer Phone 2, as the company expands its device composition Android which are available in the Microsoft Store.
The tech giant is truly dedicated to the Android ecosystem and many other devices are already ready for sale from retail and online stores.
Razer Phone 2, announced earlier this month, can be pre-ordered by Microsoft for 799 dollars, with a launch date set on October 22. The device has an XMUMXHz UltraMotion display, is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 120 processor and has 845GB RAM and 8GB storage.
Microsoft also has the first generation of Razer Phone for 699 dollars and this device is already in stock, so delivery is faster than its successor.
In addition to the two Razer Phone models, Microsoft gives you the opportunity to buy Samsung's latest mobile generations, such as the Galaxy Note 9 and the Galaxy S9 and S9 +. Galaxy Note 8 is also listed on its official store page, but is currently marked as out of stock.
Microsoft uses these Android devices to promote its applications built for the Google operating system, such as Microsoft Launcher, Cortana, and Office productivity suite.
Microsoft has become a great supporter of Android and iOS, especially after abandoning Windows 10 Mobile. The company is committed to making all its applications available everywhere, especially as the latest trends show a massive transition to mobile devices.
Since Microsoft itself is not a key player in mobile devices, the company has no choice but to invest in Android and iOS and the sale of third-party devices is part of this strategy.