The Microsoft Windows phone is no more to survive in the smartphone world, but the android smartphone is better than the Apple’s iPhone. Microsoft’s co-founder Bill Gates in his interview says he owns an Android smartphone, although the founder didn’t reveal the name of the smartphone having it, but give hint the smartphone has enough Microsoft software.

I guess the co-founder has Samsung Galaxy S8 Microsoft edition that has a lot of Microsoft software such as  Office, One Drive, and Outlook. Recently, Microsoft also starts selling the Galaxy S8 Microsoft edition in its retail section.

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Not only the Samsung smartphone having the Microsoft software in its smartphone, but the other smartphone manufacturers android phones supports the Microsoft software. But the collaboration of Microsoft and Samsung has been long since many years and it seems strong bond relation with each other. That might be the one of the reasons that Bill Gates has Galaxy S8, it seems he prefers S8 over the other Android smartphone.

However, the co-founder of Microsoft consider the Steve Jobs as a “genius” but would like to prefer Android devices, he said to ban iPhone, iPod devices in his home. He is no more relying on the iPhone. Bill Gates comments about his relationship with Steve Jobs in the interview, he said:

Well actually, the relationship I had with Steve had every aspect you can imagine. Particularly in the last few years our friendship, which had always been there, was greatly strengthened, as he was dealing with cancer, and he had done such wonderful work at both Pixar and Apple. He and I had a lot in common. We were different in some ways. Steve was a genius, absolutely amazing. It’s great that Apple’s continuing to do good work.

In his interview, Gates appreciates the working of the Steve Jobs and his thoughts, but not relays on the iPhone devices, in his interview he says “No, no iPhone”. He would like to use Android devices. Share your views about iPhone and Android devices with us by leaving comments in the comments section given below!

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