New renderings and a photo of Microsoft's upcoming Lumia smartphones leaked late Wednesday, but what do you think about them? Do you like what you've seen so far, or not?
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A report from Strategy Analytics now claims that Huawei has overtaken Microsoft to become the third largest vendor of phones in the world, trailing only Samsung and Apple.
Microsoft has confirmed to Neowin that ten Lumia handsets will be upgraded to Windows 10 Mobile initially, but made it clear that it plans to update "all Lumia devices running Lumia Denim software".
Microsoft has posted a list of phones which it says "will receive a free upgrade [to Windows 10 Mobile] when available" - but it's not clear if those devices not listed will miss out on the upgrade.
Windows 10 Mobile is months away from launching, but Microsoft's Joe Belfiore says that it's "significantly feature complete", and that the company will "continue to polish and tweak" where needed.
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Though we've seen the cancelled Lumia McLaren device before, this is the first time that we get to see it on video. Also seen is the device's gimmicky 3D touch navigation system.
A server-side update by Microsoft now allows Cortana to show cards with hints and tutorials about how to use the personal assistant properly on both the desktop and the phone.
While we have seen the Cityman and Talkman in great detail, the once cancelled Lumia 830 follow up, Sanaa looks to be getting a new lease on life as it has been reportedly resurrected.
A recent report that gave us the possible specifications of the upcoming Microsoft flagship has now been updated with unofficial renders and suggests that the device will have on-screen buttons.
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After a report gave us our first glimpse at what the specifications of Microsoft's Cityman and Talkman flagships will be like, @evleaks has now claims that the phones will be available in cyan.
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Microsoft is rolling out a firmware update in India that enables 4G LTE connectivity on eight of the company's Windows Phones, including its latest flagship handset, the Lumia 930.
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The beta version of Lumia Creative Studio just got a pretty big update. The most notable new feature is the ability to edit Living Images, something that many users had been asking for.
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Microsoft's Hyperlapse apps just got a new update, which brings support for a couple of older Lumia models. The app also now allows for longer videos depending on your available storage.
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The former purveyor of Lumia smartphones has sent out invites to the press for a "VIP event" to be held in Los Angeles on July 28, though no other details were given.
After huge cuts to its phone division last week, it seems Microsoft may be planning to outsource at least part of its handset manufacturing, and is said to be close to a deal with Foxconn in India.
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Microsoft today shed the 'Preview' tag from the Office Mobile Apps but also clarified that editing documents on desktops and 'large tablets' will still require an Office 365 subscription.
After the release of the Office Preview for Windows 10 in February, Microsoft believes it has a finished product on its hands, pushing the final version to the Store and dropping the 'Preview' tag.
Microsoft is releasing a Windows SDK for Facebook today, allowing developers to natively integrate Facebook into their Universal Apps, both on the desktop and the phone.
Nokia has issued a statement reiterating what it has said before: it won't enter the smartphone market until next year but, when it does, will license its brand to a manufacturing partner.
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Even Blass, better known as @evleaks has teased his followers with the question "Has there yet been a Windows Phone with a front-facing flash?" possibly revealing Microsoft's plans.
More info has surfaced on Microsoft's plans to 'focus' its Windows phone efforts - the company reportedly intends to release six handsets per year at most, and will exit under-performing markets.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says the company will make changes to its mobile range to focus on low-cost handsets and phones for business, and giving "Windows fans the flagship devices they'll love."
According to sources inside the company, Microsoft is expected to announce a major new round of layoffs as early as today. This is likely to affect employees in the hardware divisions.
Microsoft appears to be planning a complete refresh of its mobile accessories with the leak of four codenames for a new Treasure Tag, bluetooth speaker, Miracast hub, and a mysterious Continuum dock.
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