Microsoft is wasting no time removing the Nokia brand from Lumia phones. The company announced its re-branding intention two weeks ago and is now teasing a new Lumia from Microsoft, suggesting a new phone launch next week.
Like most of the latest Lumia handsets, it’s likely next week’s debut will not be a high-end handset as Microsoft is smartly focusing on markets with larger growth potential. That means the first Microsoft Lumia will be a low- to mid-range phone with a price to match. Regulatory information in China for the expected phone suggests a generous 5-inch display with 960 x 540 resolution, no LTE support and a meager 8 GB of internal storage, although Windows Phone does support microSD memory cards.
There is a new high-end phone available but it’s not from Microsoft. It’s the Nexus 6, which I’ve been using for the past week and shared my initial…
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