As we've already heard how Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha recently made comments
regarding the possibility to forging a new relationship with Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 Series, HTC looks to be in the same boat that Motorola once stood with the Redmond based company. It's known that Motorola cut the product development for its Windows Mobile phones in favor of setting their attention on Android. During MWC, HTC unveiled a few new smartphones, but some may interpret it as a somewhat strained relationship considering all the recent Android handset announcements from HTC. When you look back at it, HTC has been a constant figure in the support and development of the Windows Mobile platform. Thankfully though there is no cause for alarm because HTC's own CEO managed to settle things straight during a meeting at MWC. Chou said, “Our commitment to Microsoft has never changed. Of course, we are very committed to Android as well. We are very long-term committed to those two.” With that in mind, HTC plans to continue supporting those two platforms, as well as its own, in continuing its attack on the smartphone market. There's no change of heart for this company – especially when their foundation was built to where it stands now thanks to its long time support for Microsoft's platform.