Microsoft on Monday unveiled two more mid-range Lumia devices, which will be available for incredibly low prices. Even though they’re not the Windows Phone flagships we’re still waiting for, doesn’t make them any less interesting. In fact, they might be better smartphone choices than similarly priced Android handsets. Show More Summary
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Windows that tint themselves. A built-in phone mount. Real warnings instead of a vague "check engine" light. Jalopnik's Chris Perkins shows us the amazing(ly simple) tech that is long overdue in cars. Read more...
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When it comes to the world of Windows Phone smartphones, you can be sure that Microsoft (previously Nokia before Microsoft took a controlling stake in the smartphone manufacturing department) is right at the forefront. After all, how...Show More Summary
It's been the same story for the last few years. Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system is universally accepted as a solid alternative to iOS or Android, but it's still missing the key apps people love to use. And because of Microsoft's tiny market share in phones, a lot of important developers pretty much ignore the platform. Show More Summary
Imagine a keyboard that you can carry around like a wallet—almost as thin as paper, just a few millimeters—and that works with any smartphone or tablet, be it Android, iOS or Windows Phone. This is exactly what Microsoft's new fold-able keyboard is, a little beauty for those who really miss physical keyboards on the go. Show More Summary
Microsoft has two new smartphones on display at Mobile World Congress 2015, each offering some compelling specs at competitive price points. The handsets follow the established Lumia design language while offering 720p displays, quad core processors and optional LTE... Show More Summary
Windows 10, which will unify Microsoft's desktop and smartphone operating systems, is set to roll out later this year. So any big flagship phones are going to have to wait until then. In the meantime, Microsoft hopes to tide us over with two new budget smartphones: Meet the Lumia 640 and 640 XL. Show More Summary
We've missed you, Stephen Elop MWC 2015 Former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop emerged from cryogenic storage at Microsoft to announced two new phones and give a glimpse of mobile Office for Windows 10. But not a lot – more will be revealed at Microsoft’s developer event, Build, in April.…
Microsoft has made it pretty clear they are not launching any new flagship phones until Windows 10 for mobile is ready. Instead, they have introduced two new Lumia models, Lumia 640 and 640 XL. We got the chance to give them a try here in Barcelona. Read more...
At the Mobile World Congress, the company for the first time showed off the operating system for phones and continued its evolving strategy of delivering low-cost Lumia devices.
Both phones are upgradable to Windows 10, which will become available later this year.
Microsoft on Monday at MWC 2015 announced a couple of new Lumia phones that will both be upgradeable to Windows 10 once the company rolls out its latest desktop and mobile operating system. The two handsets are the Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL that were leaked in the days preceding the event. Show More Summary
Microsoft has today launched the Lumia 640, a 5-inch Windows Phone device that will go on sale in next month. The device wil initually ship with Windows 8.1 but will be upgradeable to Windows 10 “later this year,” the company said. This post is being updated…
Microsoft today said it has a range of new Windows 10 handsets prepared for debut later this year, including a new flagship device scheduled for mid-year. Microsoft hasn't released a flagship Lumia phone in over a year.
Microsoft today announced the Lumia 640, a new Windows Phone. It has colorful and interchangeable rear shells. It includes Microsoft's standard set of productivity apps and supports LTE 4G. The 2,500mAh will last all day, says Microsoft. Show More Summary