Windows 10 Mobile turned out to be a flop, but what will Microsoft do to get back into the space? Is Android a gap solution?
We’re seeing rumors of a Nokia 10, an exciting number for us old Lumia fans. Could this finally be our follow up to the Lumia 1020? Can HMD and Nokia disrupt the industry again with something so innovative as the Lumia 1020 was back in its day?
Microsoft's also-ran OS is flailing, and Microsoft itself hasn't backed it up with any new Lumias or other hardware. So what's the deal, Microsoft?
Like the 950 XL, the 5.2-inch Microsoft Lumia 950 went out of stock a while back, making a surprising comeback now at AT&T and Redmond's own e-store.
Microsoft is apparently at least considering designing and releasing multipurpose mobile devices capable of folding in and out of smartphone shape.
The end is definitely near for Windows-powered Lumia smartphones, as American and British Microsoft Stores discard more and more models.
Could this be a sign that a major release is coming that can put Microsoft in position to break from its Lumia past? Or will the wait go on?
Microsoft killing the Lumia is a big deal, or is it? Retiring a line of phones that never made it off the ground might just make room for a new player.
The last Microsoft Lumia 950 XL units for the UK were reportedly produced around a month ago, with replacements of faulty devices no longer possible.
Shots have been fired on Twitter in Samsung's direction, with Motorola claiming it did the Always On Display thing first, which is true, but incomplete.
If you were wondering just how poorly Lumia phones have been doing of late, Microsoft has finally revealed April-June 2016 sales of 1.2 milion units.
While it's still not ready to completely throw in the towel, Microsoft continues to signal the imminence of its smartphone business exit.
Microsoft should get rid of its dying feature phone division later this year, while the Nokia brand will be resurrected by Foxconn and a startup called HMD.
Time for another round of “Guess That Launch Date” and we’re coming back for another bite at the Microsoft Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL. We saw from Belsimpel that it would box units for its Belgian and Dutch customers starting November 30 whereas India will trail off to the month of December. Things haven gotten too specific past this point, especially for North American Lumia lovers.
Fear not, as we have started moving west — by a couple hundred miles, more to the south, really. The German division of Lumia brand ops tweeted out its sales date of November [...]
Learn more about the budget-minded Lumia 550, as the company wasn't done with just the flagship Lumias that it announced a few minutes ago.
Learn more about the new "Microsoft Devices Blog," the company's new home for Lumia Conversations and also for the Surface blog
The Microsoft Lumia 640 XL is the phablet version of the budget-friendly Lumia 640. Read on for our full review.
Learn more about Microsoft's rumored plan to launch its new Lumias, codenamed Talkman and Cityman during the month of September
Learn more about Satya Nadella's thoughts on the future of Lumia devices, as he clearly admits that the company desperately needs better flagships.
It's been a while since we've seen a new Lumia on Verizon. Check out the new Lumia 735!
If you’ve been yearning for Nokia hardware since its Microsoft acquisition, then you might finally be in luck — at least, sort of. The company’s CEO Rajeev Suri recently commented on the possibility of reentering the phone space. To simplify a complicated response, Nokia has interest in designing phones to then license to other companies, similar to what happened with its N1 tablet. In other words, while they may ot be manufactured by Nokia, you’ll at least have the novelty and peace of mind of knowing that Nokia designed your phone again.
It’s a lot of technical mumbo jumbo, [...]
Learn more about some of the possible new Lumia flagships that are currently in the works, as we learn of new regional variants in the works.
iOS always gets to bask in the spotlight of attention from mobile consumers, and that’s especially true during device launches and WWDC, the latter of which we just saw last week. But there’s a lot more than just iPhones and iPads out there, and Windows Phone is still a booming platform with a bevy of great and unique features. iPhones are great, just like Android phones and Windows Phones are great, but there are a few things that the people of Cupertino could learn from Windows Phone.A cleaner, more organized interface
Consumers seem to have a very straightforward, [...]