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Do you remember Windows Phone? If you’ve been living in this tech world for quite some time, you’ll know that Windows Phone was Microsoft’s bet …

Windows Phone

Microsoft has been trying its hands on the mobile system but has been failing for almost 20 years. Its latest failed system, Windows Phone (Windows …

Microsoft has since given up on Windows Phone and the company no longer support the device with updates thus it has been abandoned. Similarly, developers …

Many enthusiasts of the old Windows Mobile operating system should agree that personality wasn’t something lacked by the OS. The Windows Phone carried a very …

A few years ago the Windows Phone was on the verge of what it “could be”. Although the system wasn’t strong enough to catch up …

Windows Phone

Last year in October Microsoft officially admitted Windows Phone is dead. The software giant revealed they are no longer developing new features or hardware for …

windows phone

Many were dismayed when news broke that Microsoft executive, Joe Belfiore used an iPhone and a Samsung Galaxy S7 as his main smartphones throughout his 9-month leave of …

Karbonn launched a Windows Phone 8.1 powered smartphone today that costs just US$99.

A Windows Phone device from Lenovo, which we first heard of some 3-4 weeks back, now appears to be real and kicking.

Micromax just launched two new smartphones, both of which run on the Windows Phone 8.1 OS, and come with easy-on-the-wallet price tags.

Is it time for the Windows Phone platform to come of age? ZTE apparently think so, and are allegedly working on a flagship phone with the very OS.

neo m1

The first real photos of the Neo M1 have emerged along with details of a introductury super low price for the first 500 customers.

neo m1 dual os phone

The attractivley styled dual-OS Neo M1 has been given it an official international price tag along with full specifications and and more!

neo m1 windows

Neo are back in the game, or will be come 10th April, with their slender new Neo M1 rumoured to come with either Android or Windows mobile OS!

Two of Nokia’s next-gen smartphones, the Lumia 630 and the Lumia 930 just went official. Succeeding the Lumia 625 and the Lumia 925 respectively, both devices get bumps in specs sheet to match those from other manufacturers.

According to reports, India’s Karbonn are working on a yet untitled smartphone which will boast not only only the usual Android compatibility, but support for Microsoft’s Windows Phone os as well.

If reports are to be believed, the now-Facebook subsidiary is all set to roll out a similar update for Windows Phone users.

Jingdong (JD.com) will be the exclusive retailer of the Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL in China. The Android phones won’t be sold officially at any retail stores in China.

windows phone partners

Windows Mobile has seen a huge increase in manufacturing partners with some big names from both China and India taking on the Microsoft mobile OS.