An LG smartphone running Windows Phone 8.1 is coming, as detailed earlier in the year when Microsoft revealed a list of new hardware partners for 2014. However, in a LinkedIn post, a Microsoft Program Manager has inadvertently shared that LG is prepping up a phone, as well as PCs and TVs running Windows Threshold.
This is a future version of Microsoft's OS intended to bridge the gap between Windows Phone and Windows desktop operating systems. The result would be a more unified experience across the different environments allowing for a more hassle-free use.
While the information comes from a Microsoft employee, we don't really feel confident that LG is coming back to the Windows Phone OS with more than a phone at this point. Take this piece of news with a grain of salt, as we await for the company to launch any WP-running device.
You read my mind. Just bought my first WP as a backup. Lumia 635. WOW! supper smooth and easy to use. Lacking in some basic areas but very robust in others. G3 with Win 8...Crazy good.
:) what a security bridge. Person X should care on disclosing the project that they're working in LinkedIn or other social places. From Program Manager in Windows to Unemployment?
This is because 90% of people are stupid... Ask from anyone who have used windows and Android for long time only they know which one is better. Windows is superb if you know what is the purpose of smartphone only then except for apps which Windo...