Top Windows Mobile news of the week: Uber app fails, Lumias in India, US prefers flagships

This week in Windows Mobile came word that Microsoft's new phones will go to India, that Windows phone owners abroad prefer cheaper phones, and that the Uber app for Windows phone is not good.
Written by James Kendrick, Contributor

Microsoft's two flagship phones going to India

Good news for Windows Mobile enthusiasts in India as Microsoft's two new flagship phones will be coming your way in December. The Lumia 950 and 950XL were unveiled by Microsoft last month and both look like nice handsets.

Source: Windows Central

Report: US prefers high-end Windows Phones, rest of world cheap ones

A report with the latest figures about Windows Mobile phone distribution shows that in the US more expensive phones are in use while the rest of the world is looking at cheaper handsets. The figures also show that 5.7 percent of all Windows phones are running Windows 10 Mobile.

The Lumia 520 is the phone in the top spot with a 15.3 percent global share of all Windows phones.

Source: WinBeta

Uber: Use iOS or Android app, not Windows phone app

A user reports that after reaching out to Uber with problems using the app on Windows, a company rep told him to use the iOS or Android app instead. He went on to state that the Windows phone app is not stable and may continue to have issues.

Source: WinBeta

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