Following quite a few Android device makers, Microsoft has today announced that it too will hold a special press conference during MWC 2015 in Barcelona in March.
Specifically, the software giant will talk to the press on March 2 at 8.30 AM local time. That's one day after Samsung's big event, by the way.
Microsoft hasn't given us any information as to what exactly it will talk about, but it's safe to assume we're going to see some new phones getting unveiled.
However, it's unlikely that we'll see a new Windows Phone flagship device being introduced on this occasion, despite the very long amount of time that has passed since the previous high-end Lumia-branded smartphone was made official.
Obviously, Microsoft might surprise us, and unless it wants the Lumia brand to be associated just with low-end and midrange offerings, it probably should.
Insted of launching new device beetr to work on software and app issues on windows mobile.and those apps are avaialabe are not having full feature over a year now but still m.s mobile are beyond than others.
Which one you have in Android and iOS and do not have in Win Mobile? Do you ever use a Win Mobile phone? I can not see a point to have 1000000 useless apps? Microsoft has a lot to do, but the missing apps are not such a big problem, as everybody...
We want 1030, we want 1030, Microsoft!!!