Microsoft is expected to announce two high-end Windows smartphones this year. Previously known as the 940 and 940XL, there's a chance the company may rename them the 950 and 950XL. Here's everything we think we know about them so far.
Rumors say Microsoft has got plenty of new Surface and Lumia hardware to show off, and it's apparently going to do so at a bumper event in October. Flagship Lumia phones, the Surface Pro 4, and even the Microsoft Band 2 are all possible.
Remember that Microsoft McLaren Windows phone from last year? It was supposed to offer Kinect-like gestures, but Microsoft cancelled it. This new video of the device sheds some light on this mysterious device.
Even though Microsoft is rumored to release its flagship Lumia 940 and Lumia 940 XL smartphones later this year, the company might also release three more Lumia handsets: the Lumia 550, Lumia 750, and the Lumia 850.
Microsoft's recent $7.6 billion writedown was troubling enough, but now the company will reportedly not release more than six phones per year. Microsoft looks to reportedly accomplish this by streamlining its portfolio.
Microsoft announced it would write down $7.6 billion as part of its acquisition of the underperforming Nokia. It also announced job cuts of 7,800 and a renewed focus on high-end handsets.
Microsoft introduced two new Lumia smartphones back in March: The Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL. The mid-range phones sport solid specs, low price tags, and are both available in the US now.
According to two separate reports, Microsoft's planning to unveil two new flagship Lumia phones later this year. They'll both feature unique hardware and support Windows 10's Continuum feature.
A new Windows Phone 10 Technical Preview release, Microsoft's very first beta for mobile, includes Project Spartan, plus a bevy of core app updates. It's still unstable, but progressing closer toward a final release.
Microsoft introduced two new Lumia smartphones back in March: The Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL. The mid-range phones sport solid specs, low price tags, and are both starting to go up for pre-order around the world.
Microsoft, Sony, Motorola, and Oppo are all working on new mobile devices which use the Snapdragon 810 processor, ready for release later this year, according to a document released by Qualcomm.
A new rumor report suggests Windows Phone fans wanting a high-end device from Microsoft are in for a long wait. If it's accurate, Microsoft won't launch a flagship Lumia phone until September 2015.
With Windows 10 still a year out from availability, we've assembled announces pertaining to current Windows Phone handsets receiving the update. Read on to see if your phone made the cut.
Microsoft has announced the first Lumia smartphone to come wearing its own name, and it's the budget Lumia 535. The phone fits into Microsoft's own "5x5x5" design philosophy, meaning it comes with two 5-megapixel cameras, and a 5-inch screen.