Top Windows Phone news of the week: Wunderlist, Cherry Mobile phones, Nokia $20 phone

This week in Windows Phone Microsoft announced a new Nokia phone, Windows 10 Mobile phones were shown off at Computex, and Microsoft acquired Wunderlist.
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Cherry Mobile announces two phones at Computex

The largest mobile provider in the Phillipines unveiled two Windows 10 Mobile phones at Computex this week. The Alpha Prime 4 and 5 will be mid-range phones for the Phillipino market.

It is expected the phones will be launched later this year shortly after the release of Windows 10 Mobile.

Source: Gadget Pilipinas

Microsoft announces new Nokia phone for $20

Windows Phone enthusiasts will be disappointed that a new Nokia phone unveiled by Microsoft this week does not run Windows. The Nokia 105 comes in two variants starting at $20 and are very low-end phones aimed at emerging markets.

The phones run Nokia's Series 30+ OS and have an ancient candy bar form.

Source: Redmond Pie

Microsoft acquires mobile app Wunderlist

The folks in Redmond continue their monumental push into mobile with the purchase of 6Wunderkinder, the developers of Wunderlist. Wunderlist is a popular to-do list that is strong in the mobile space in this category.

This can only be a good thing for Windows Phone, as Microsoft is building a well-rounded mobile software library that should make it to Windows 10 Mobile once released.

Source: ZDNet

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