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Microsoft is reportedly developing a new phone – and the software to go with it - udale aigneis - 06-01-2017

Microsoft is reportedly developing a new phone – and the software to go with it : Microsoft is reportedly developing a new phone – and the software to go with it
As for reducing compatibility with Windows 10 Mobile over the past year, combined with the fall in sales of Windows phones, we would not blame you for thinking that Microsoft's latest big push in the mobile space would be its, well, last .However, it seems The bigwig technology is heating up for another crack in the mobile bat as industry sources say Thurrott.com that Microsoft is actively developing something new for Windows Mobile. According to the report, Microsoft is testing not only the hardware, But also an extension of Windows Mobile Software. Although few details were given, it may be a completely reinvigorated operating system that could cut support for Silverlight & mdash The Microsoft mobile development tool that is already in life support. Change Windows (Mobile) While we take this report with a grain of salt & mdash Not a lot of difficult details could be given at this time, with Thurrott.com adding that the alleged Microsoft project is "still in early development and plans can change dramatically " & mdash We have heard of Microsoft's continued interest in the mobile from a much more official source. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said in a podcast last month that the company had not put the smartphones behind it - Adding the caveat that what the company has in mind may "not look like the phones there are today ". Nadella continued to describe the success of Microsoft's Surface 2-in-1 line, possibly suggesting that what we see A hybrid device than a conventional phone. While the long rumored Surface Phone is still far from being confirmed, we can not help but wonder if a successor to Windows Mobile (perhaps running on a modified Windows 10 S) is not far Behind.Small Wonders: The Best Compact Phones You Can Buy now