Microsoft won’t return to Windows Phone after the Surface Duo

Microsoft has just announced its first cell phone for more than two years at its big October event. Although it will be switched back to smartphones, but it is also confirmed that it will not revive Windows Phone in the near future.

The new handset of the company is called Surface Duo and is proven to be equipped with Android software. Regardless of the announcement, a company representative told CNET that no Windows-based phone is planned.

Some may have thought that Microsoft is announcing its plans to re-enter the phone room to rejuvenate the Windows Phone platform, but it appears that the company is focusing exclusively on Android.

So far, Microsoft has just confirmed the work on the Surface Duo, a foldable device that can compete with similar devices such as Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X.

All of these devices are equipped with Android software, and it is probably a wise decision by Microsoft to use the software that is integrated into the lives of many people around the world.

Microsoft had to close its Windows Phone business in 2017 due to low phone sales, and the company has confirmed that support for Windows Phone devices will cease in December 2019.

Microsoft's Surface Duo is unlikely to be released before December 2020. It will take a long time for you to buy one.

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