Network reports that Microsoft will completely eliminate its mobile brand before the end of the year, perhaps on the way to the era of the Surface brand
Somewhere at the beginning of the current decade, many believed that the E-Windows Phone Microsoft Office You can be a new and significant rising force in the world of smart devices - especially with the announcement of the grandiose collaboration with Nokia, which was then a big international name. Lots of water for the river since, the system of Microsoft Office Became 10 Mobile and lost most of the market share, Nokia Has taken a long break from the world of smartphones and mobile devices - while theLumia Which the two companies had founded together seemed lost, and apparently was on its way to disappear completely before next year.
Recent web reports Claim that Microsoft plans to stop the sale of all brand products altogether Lumia This coming December, this after several rounds of layoffs and painful reductions that actually obscured the company's cellular division, which it acquired from Nokia about two years ago - five years after the launch of theLumia 800 pioneer, and sales totaling approximately 110 million units accumulated during this period.
This is the end of an era for the software giant, but apparently this is not really a waiver of the entire mobile world - Microsoft is already rumored to be working on expanding their new, prestigious and rising brand, when Unlocked The first one to be based on will be exposed during the coming year, as part of a move from dealing in the market's low and medium markets to the upper market.
In addition to Surface Phone (which is not clear whether it will run a full 10 window or the 10 mobile system in question), at Microsoft May display Its own all-in-one computers under the brand as early as next month - perhaps in addition to updated versions for the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book models. So the developer of Windows Is on its way to becoming an alternative version of Dark, With its own invested portfolio of devices that will claim to be the best way to experience its software? We will probably find out soon.