Would not be a good move for Samsung
After using Microsoft products for years and dealing with their continued unstable operating systems, crashing machines and "not responding" messages when trying to do simple tasks, it was an absolute joy to be able to use Samsung Android phones and tablets to do the same tasks without the forever constant restarting and rebooting. Why anyone would want to purchase a Windows phone is beyond me. And, Tizen ISN'T dead by any means, making me wonder about the possible bias in this article. Samsung has been very active recently developing that OS for all of their other non-phone products, but, yes, they are behind in terms of a phone application. Nonetheless, whoever has the deepest pockets for app development incentives will determine the future products we use. Microsoft has been shoving their crappy systems down our throats for years only because of their deep pocket influence. It's not because they have a wonderful, quality product.