It is a well-known fact that Microsoft has now decided not to release new Lumia devices and focus more on supporting the Windows 10 Mobile ecosystem. The Redmond-based company now also wants to work on its very own high-end product that could hit the market as the Surface Phone.
For its part, Microsoft has yet not provided any information about the super premium phone, it is learned that the company is getting ready to prepare something very exciting for the Windows 10 Mobile world.
During the Build Tour in London this month, Microsoft Corporate VP of Windows Kevin Gallo said the company fully supports Windows Phone and provided some new information regarding the long-term strategy of the company for this platform.
"Windows Phone is fully supported. We're fully behind it. We're not abandoning the phone," he was quoted as saying. "There's really no change in what our direction or strategy is with respect to releasing the Windows Phone software."
"We'll lead with high end. We're really aligned to what we've done on the Windows desktop," he continued, "which is we'll lead with some high end and category innovation like we've done with Surface, and OEMs will go and build the breadth of the catalog."