Top Windows Mobile news of the week: Phone not a focus for Microsoft, Redstone hits slow ring, Surface Phone coming

This week in Windows Mobile we heard the Surface Phone will soon appear, that Windows Phone is not a key focus for Microsoft, and that Redstone came to the slow ring.
Written by James Kendrick, Contributor

Rumor: Surface Phone to appear at IFA

While rumors of a phone by Microsoft with Surface branding have been around for a while, word is now being spread that it will appear soon at the IFA in Berlin. The Surface Phone will be the firm's first that shares the branding with the Surface product line.

Source: NVO News


Microsoft loses focus on Windows Phone this year

Critics have long felt that Microsoft is not giving sufficient focus to Windows Phone, and it seems this year they are correct. At the Build conference a Microsoft rep stated that "We're fully committed to that 4-inch screen, there will be a time for it to be our focus, but right now it's part of the family but it's not the core of where I hope to generate developer interest over the next year,"

Source: The Verge


Windows 10 build 14295 hits slow ring

Windows Insiders in the slow ring have a new build available. Build 14295 is out for members of that ring in the Insiders program. This brings the Redstone build to this ring for the first time.

Source: Neowin

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