Goodbye Windows Phone What Comes Next For Microsoft In Mobile

2 hours ago The purchase of Nokia's phone business, completed in 2014, was meant to catapult Microsoft back into the top echelons of the smartphone …

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4 hours ago It’s a matter of pragmatism. Microsoft’s mobile defeat wasn’t owing to a lack of effort. Start-ups such as Jolla faced incredible challenges, but the Microsoft saga highlights the tough odds when it comes to altering the smartphone market. News that Microsoft is pulling support for Windows Phone 8.1 is a public sign of abandonment.

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2 hours ago Goodbye Windows 10 Mobile! An open letter to Microsoft Mobile Device Team, Satya Nadella, Panos Panay, or anyone at Microsoft who will listen: Tomorrow I say goodbye to my Lumia 950 and Windows 10 Mobile. I've been a happy and satisfied customer with Windows Phone since Windows Phone 7. My family has owned TWO WP7 Samsung Focus', FOUR …

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4 hours ago Best answer: No, Microsoft isn't building new features for Windows phone, so there's no reason to buy one in 2019. There are no new phones, and in the next year, Microsoft will abandon the

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4 hours ago This version officially dropped the “Windows Phone” name and presented itself as just the ARM version of Windows 10. Microsoft pulled the plug on Windows Phone 8.1 a couple of years later, then in 2018 it ran out of phones to sell. A quick reminder: the Windows Phone 8.1 app store is closing its doors on December 16. It looks like the

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3 hours ago Now it is time to say GoodBye to Windows Phone. Microsoft has now officially confirmed that the company will end support to Windows 10 Mobile. Mobile Prices; Magazine; Search for; Saturday

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6 hours ago This year, Microsoft finally affirms Windows phone is dead and that security support patches will only last until December 10, 2019. Other than having a small number of users, most likely the reason why Windows failed on mobile was because there weren’t a lot of apps to begin with, most especially those which are popular on Android and iPhone.

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Just Now I've been a Windows Phone user since MS launched Windows Phone 7 4 years ago and my first device was Samsung Focus, which was my very first smart phone. 2 years after, I upgraded to Lumia 920, which I still use to this day. I was so excited when I heard rumors about McLaren and thought that would be my next WP. But the rumor of MS releasing McLaren as …

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6 hours ago Goodbye Windows Phone: What comes next for Microsoft in mobile? Despite the demise of Windows Phone, Microsoft does still have a few options left in the mobile space. Steve Ranger By Steve Ranger

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3 hours ago Ever since they launched it, several people have been telling them to just fucking name it "Surface phone". People already associated the Surface as a very nice tablet. This was all back when Windows 8 was getting shit on, and they decide to name their phone "Windows" so people continue to associate it to Windows. Geniuses at MS.

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8 hours ago As of today, the confusingly named Windows Phone mobile operating system that came preloaded on phones, will now just be called Windows 10 Mobile. Back in September, Microsoft quietly dropped the

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6 hours ago Considering Microsoft hasn’t manufactured a Windows phone since 2015, the news isn’t really surprising. The last phone produced by the company was the Lumia 950. Back in 2010, when the Windows operating system was launched for mobile, it was one of the boldest and most original ideas for smartphones.

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5 hours ago Basically Microsoft was continuing that “the next update will fix it” policy they have been doing since the beginning of Windows Phone 8.0. After all Windows 10 mobile made me say goodbye to Windows Phone; for several reasons. If you, however, try to establish an OS by making it rely on apps that do not exist and apps only come if

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9 hours ago Goodbye Windows Phone: What comes next for Microsoft in mobile? Despite the demise of Windows Phone, Microsoft does still have a few options left in the mobile space. Microsoft Smartphones

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9 hours ago Jul 13, 2017 - Despite the demise of Windows Phone, Microsoft does still have a few options left in the mobile space.

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8 hours ago In the early years of the smartphone market, various market research companies forecasted that by 2017, Microsoft would become the third major mobile operating system (OS). By the end of 2016, Microsoft’s phone OS market share fell to less than 1%. The signs are clear Microsoft ended all support for its Windows phone 8.1 on 11 July 2017. In

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5 hours ago AnonD-844557, 10 Dec 2019 Worst OS In the history of mankind Windows 10 Mobile in early stage was.. Close to that, BUT Windows Phone 8.1 (update2), was way better than (in those gold times

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Will Windows Phone have another go at Mobile in future?

In the meantime, the dwindling band of Windows Phone loyalists are likely to continue to move to Android or iOS, making it even harder for Microsoft to have another go at mobile in future. Microsoft and Windows Phone: What went wrong, and where can they go from here?

Is it the end of support for Windows 10 Mobile?

It was no longer committed to building new features, experiences, or devices for Windows 10 Mobile, and within the next year, the company would outright abandon the platform as support comes to an end. If you're still using a Windows phone, this year is the last year of official support from Microsoft.

Should I buy a Windows Phone in 2019?

11 Dec 2020 Best answer: No, Microsoft isn't building new features for Windows phone, so there's no reason to buy one in 2019. There are no new phones, and in the next year, Microsoft will abandon the platform altogether. If you must have one, however, we recommend the Alcatel Idol 4S, but you'd be much better off with a OnePlus 6T or iPhone XR.

Does Microsoft have any mobile options left?

Despite the demise of Windows Phone, Microsoft does still have a few options left in the mobile space. Just look at all these Microsoft Surface Pro clones They laughed at the original Surface RT. But Microsoft persisted, refining the Surface Pro's features and engineering away its flaws through multiple iterations.

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