Windows Phone has long been passed for Microsoft, which has been withdrawing support from the platform for a long time and has stopped building new smartphones by selling Nokia to HMD Global.
According to the VentureBeat website, the latest Windows Phone devices were recently available from the Microsoft Store, which was the only one that still had such devices on the market, which means that the stock available from any Windows Phone model is out of stock.
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The HP Elite X3 and Alcatel Idol 4S were the latest Windows Phone models available in the [amazon_textlink asin=’B00ZSHDJ4O’ text=’Microsoft Store’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’mdsh-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’957409b0-48aa-11e8-aa46-654e39bdc6c7′], with the company having gone all the way to the Lumia model in the past few months at very good prices.
The end of the era of these devices is at a time when Android and iOS are the two major mobile platforms since they are on the vast majority of smartphones that have been on the market for years.
Microsoft may be preparing its return to this critical piece of Mobile, but this is not going to happen immediately according to the latest information.
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