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Microsoft goes to the field of mobile currently rather lackluster to: The Redmond want the chapter not yet complete so properly, new smartphones in 2016 but no longer expected. Windows 10 Mobile, from which both Microsoft itself and some customers promised much harvested harsh reviews for stability problems and a lack of user-friendliness. Microsoft also supplies its own apps now Android and Apple iOS earlier than its own operating system. Now there are rumors according to which Microsoft would the Lumia brand end of the year also buried then.
That Microsoft first developed its apps here for Android and iOS, is understandable: Microsoft also has to follow the market addressed and can not push applications like OneDrive and Office even in a niche. An indication of the attitude of the Lumia brand to be doing well in the current, dramatic Offered find. For example, you can present the Lumia 950 with Display Dock for 269,10 Euro tap when you are students. A Lumia 950 XL with display Dock get her for 359.10 euros – also as a student. Now is the issue that Microsoft wants to empty with such offerings the stock. Production of Lumia smartphones was even already set.
Allegedly planning Microsoft the end of Lumia smartphones for December 2016. That would be the end, in practice, a kind of death knell for Windows 10 Mobile. Of course, still have some partner devices with Windows Mobile 10, HP has about the still quite fresh Elite X3 on offer, but much would remain no longer left to hardware. It is still in the room, that Microsoft could launch a new start instead with a Surface Phone, but here everything is in the dark.
What do you think? If Microsoft put the Lumia brand completely to the files? Would that also the end for Windows Mobile 10? I myself can think quite well imagine that Microsoft throws in the towel, because the sales figures speak for themselves. Whether then but really jump the partners in the breach and Windows Mobile will receive 10 in view of the dwindling market shares alive? Since I have my doubts.Viewing:-87
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