A new rumor claims that Nokia is working on another upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 handset, with the code name 'Martini" but no other information has been revealed.
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In a Reddit AMAA session, HTC representatives stated that they are "working with Microsoft on the Blue update on Windows Phone 8X" but stopped short on saying if they plan to release a new model.
Microsoft will reportedly allow its hardware partners to use virtual buttons instead of physical ones in Windows Phone 8.1, similar to some Android devices such as Google's Nexus line.
Microsoft will reportedly kill the physical back button in Windows Phone 8.1, and it may soon support up to 10-inch devices with the mobile operating system.
An image allegedly of Microsoft's Windows Phone 8.1 update shows the ability to select multiple tiles as well as another glimpse of the operating system's rumored notification center.
A image, "found on a sd card," shows a Lumia 620 running an early build of Windows Phone 8.1. There is now a notification center tile, as well as updated placement of icons in the system tray.
Evidence suggests Windows Phone 8.1 is in testing inside Microsoft. While we've seen very little of the new OS, there are numerous app logs that show 8.1 builds are accessing the Windows Phone Store.
Microsoft's Windows Phone leader Joe Belfiore may have accidentally leaked a Windows Phone Blue screenshot when he showed a screenshot of his phone on his Twitter account.
A leaked codename points towards a new Nokia device. Could this be Nokia's rumored Windows 8 tablet, a new flagship smartphone, or the first Windows Phone "phablet"? Hopefully, we'll find out soon.
The full report from AdDuplex is almost out and it shows a very interesting picture: low-end devices are selling well and they are fueling the growth of Windows Phone 8 with Nokia leading the charge.
The guys at 1800PocketPC have created a detailed concept for Windows Phone 8.1, packing in some requested features while adding polish to the OS. Is this what you'd like to see?
Following news that Microsoft will stop supporting Windows Phone 8 in 2014, the company has reminded users that devices will still be supported through future versions of the mobile operating system.
A new Microsoft job listing indicates that the company is still planning to launch a major update for the Windows Phone operating system sometime in the holiday period of 2013.
Windows Phone Blue is a new term for those who follow the Microsoft scene and we had been hearing about Windows Blue a few months back but have since learned that Blue ties to Windows Phone too.
A new rumor claims that development of the Windows Phone version of Microsoft's Windows Blue release plans is behind that of the regular Windows OS and that it could be delayed to 2014.