Microsoft reaffirms it’s committed to Windows 10 Mobile – continues to make new phones

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We’ve just posted the following news: Microsoft reaffirms it’s committed to Windows 10 Mobile – continues to make new phones[newsimage]http://www.myce.com/wp-content/images_posts/2016/09/myce-microsoft-windows-10-mobile-commitment-95x75.png[/newsimage]

Microsoft will continue to produce new Windows smartphones, according to a slide the company disclosed during a presentation at its Ignite conference. The company has been very unsuccessful with its mobile operating systems so far. Currently Windows smartphones account for less than 1% of all smartphones.

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I’ll believe when I see this…they already burned their bridges…


#3

Give it up already ! Can’t they see it for the huge failure that it is?!Â
And bragging about Win 32 app support, as big a deal as it may be, doesn’t sound great when Apple has been touting 64-bit processors and processing for four iPhone generations now !


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^ sure, but I think they are aiming at the enterprise market first hand, then if they’re smart, for the combined market though I doubt it (I am thinking of doing windows on a docking station for the mobile).
The Lumia will cease to exist come December (There may be cheap phones with lots of processing power to be bought but nowhere to use it for those interested) :wink:


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I think it’s good that Microsoft wants to keep delivering software updates for phone/tablet users. However, it seems unwise to keep spending money making more phones, since we all know they’re not going to sell very well. Let’s face it, Microsoft has never been good in the mobile market: they couldn’t compete with PalmOS, they couldn’t compete with the iPods, they can’t compete with Android or IOS. It won’t happen. Period. Take the hint, Microsoft. You’ve lost.


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[QUOTE=TSJnachos117;2781657]I think it’s good that Microsoft wants to keep delivering software updates for phone/tablet users. However, it seems unwise to keep spending money making more phones, since we all know they’re not going to sell very well. Let’s face it, Microsoft has never been good in the mobile market: they couldn’t compete with PalmOS, they couldn’t compete with the iPods, they can’t compete with Android or IOS. It won’t happen. Period. Take the hint, Microsoft. You’ve lost.[/QUOTE]
Wait Microsoft lost…you got to be kidding me they should be at the top of everything Microsoft… :Z

Maybe after fixing BLunder Blamar they could’ve restored Microsoft to better image but they decide not to so now they blame everyone else for their “Inside the Box” thinking.