Devices with Android software seem to be used for his daily needs by the businessman and former co-founder of Microsoft. In an interview with Andrew Ross Sorkin, he seems to have fallen “victim of the Clubhouse pandemic”.
“To be precise, I use an Android smartphone. Because I want to keep track of everything, I often experiment with iPhones, but what I carry with me is Android. Many Android manufacturers offer pre-installed Microsoft applications, and this makes it unimaginably easy for me. They are more flexible to use in the way our software communicates with the operating system. That’s why I ended up using Android. Many of my friends have iPhones, so there is no question of “purity”.