Since the AT&T’s premiere of Cingular 3125
, featuring Windows Mobile 5 OS, the phone’s price has decreased and now is $49.99
. The market release of cheap Windows Mobile devices indicates the Microsoft’s attempt to enlarge its share on the market of mobile phones operating systems, which is now dominated by Symbian. The Cingular 3125’s low price is not the final of the strive, as the software giant declared that a new mobile phone
, running Windows Mobile OS will appear in November.