Microsoft unveiled two budget smartphones at Mobile World Congress, but a flagship smartphone remains elusive.
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No longer will the onetime Nokia hardware business be "an end unto itself," says Microsoft's devices chief. One good example: Nokia X shifts from Android to Windows Phone.
Microsoft will pay approximately 70 percent of that sum and Nokia will pay the remaining amount.
Lumia's "affordable" premium smartphone will go on sale with longtime supporter AT&T. No word on pricing or specific availability.
In a memo to the entire company, the former head of Nokia says that Lumia will be the standard-bearer for Windows Phone and that Nokia X will switch to Lumia and Windows Phone.
Former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop, now head of Microsoft's devices group, shares his thoughts on the future of smartphones and the promise of a transcendent "colorful personality."
As Nokia's phone business is officially absorbed by Microsoft, Nokia boss Stephen Elop is taking to the Internet for an "ask me anything" session.
The acquisition would represent further investment by Microsoft in the cloud as it looks to make good on Satya Nadella's promise of being a "mobile-first, cloud-first" company.
The tech titan's CEO says he sees the company's mobile future in Windows 10, the next-generation operating system that will run across a variety of devices.