Officially.. no more phones of Microsoft in the markets

Although Microsoft announced officially that phones Windows Phone made by over the past years has ended officially with the end of last year after a lot of reports that preceded this announcement from the anonymous source for a huge in the world of smartphones, the company has continued, despite all this, in the sale of phones remaining until the entry into force of the full quantity.

We can now bid farewell to the phones Microsoft officially so that phones may run out of the Microsoft store officially where you can’t order from the site so we can say that this is one of the problems of the end for Microsoft that work with Windows Phone. And you can now buy HP Elite X3 provided at a price of $ 299 or alcatel idol 4s provided at the price of $ 100 or the same phone with the virtual reality goggles which provide with at a price of $ 169.

Seems to be delayed the expiration of the amount of phones that happened because of weak turnout despite the price cut. Although the phones have already expired from the official store however, this does not mean that the same thing applies to retail stores that may have some phones in different places.

Although for many Windows Phone has already ended since 2016, except that on the eleventh of July last year has ended up supporting the system officially to begin with the official end of why you started the company years ago to declare the release updates for Windows Phone 8.1.

It Microsoft of version of phones running Windows Phone after that I knew it cannot compete with Android and iOS is currently the production line Lumia, which acquired it for billions of dollars. Formed the systems Android and iOS combined ratio of 99.6 percent of the phones that were being released without real competition from the American giant. Tell us in the comments do you own one of the phones Microsoft or looked forward to that day? And how was your experience with the phone company, if it exists?

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