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Microsoft was in fact working in secret on its own smartphone with the Surface branding before it made its deal to acquire Nokia's Devices and Services unit, an additional report seems to suggest.
Terry Myerson of the Windows Phone division has discussed Windows Phone at a recent conference, including where it's most successful, how OEMs are going, the possibility of a Surface phone and
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Yep, it's that time again, as rumours of a Microsoft-branded phone surface (ha!) once more. The company is said to be working with component suppliers in Asia to test its new 4- or 5-inch smartphone.
Nokia's CEO responds to questions about a 'Surface Phone' by saying that all competition is welcome in the Windows Phone ecosystem, emphasising Nokia's ability to offer truly distinctive devices.