Anomynous, 11 Sep 2014Its very extremely likely to be real. The reason for the rush to change the name is the licens... moreMicrosoft is the new IBM. Back in '80 IBM want to vendor lock-in computer user, but it was defeated by open nature of PC clones and Microsoft DOS/Windows.
Now Microsoft repeats the same mistake, try to lock down its OS like jail. And the opennes of Android defeat Microsoft. History repeats.
Its very close to 1520.... Might be Lumia 1820.... Just speculating. Else a fake
Anomynous, 11 Sep 2014Its very extremely likely to be real. The reason for the rush to change the name is the licens... moreIf that was the case from now on it will be even more confusing since it will be just Windows and not Windows Phone... You're just talking out of your a$$
Chupacabra, 11 Sep 2014Looks like a Galaxy note front cover.Then where is the classic Samsung home button.
Its very extremely likely to be real. The reason for the rush to change the name is the licensing of the Nokia name, MS does not want to pay for the rights to the name anymore, and they need to coincide this change of brand name with the change of the OS name, which has already happened in USA.
The confusion that arises over the new OS name is desirable for MS, back when WP7 launched a lot of people bought Lumia phones thinking that they could finally run their PC EXE files on a handheld, wow this is so great they said. Then they discovered they could not and eventually everyone knew that it wasnt real Windows and the sales flattened out. If MS can create a new sales boom the same way to jumpstart the sales of the new Microsoft Lumia phones they will gain valuable momentum.
Chupacabra, 11 Sep 2014Looks like a Galaxy note front cover.Looks more like you need medication and coke bottom eye glasses. In what way is that even remotely lookalike Note? And where is the cutout for the home button? Wow, just wow, the sense of reality isnt very firmly anchored within you, is it?