And, there aren't any chances that we will hear much about it in the future as well, because Microsoft has now confirmed that the company is no longer focusing on Windows 10 Mobile as well as new hardware.
For those who are still holding on to their Windows smartphones though, Belfiore says they will still support their mobile platform. According to Belfiore, the company would pay money and even write apps for developers to try and win them over but ultimately, the volume of users was too low for most companies to invest.
Another user noted that when Windows Mobile users switch to iOS or Android, there'll be no more need for Microsoft. Windows Phone's death has been slow and painful, but, as CNET spotted, the head of Microsoft's Windows division finally admitted you shouldn't expect anything more when it comes to Windows Phone.
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Microsoft is no upstart in the mobile space. To make it as clear as day it means: Windows phones are done with. Executive Joe Belfiore announced the sad news for all loyal Windows Phone users over the weekend.
Microsoft has been a renowned in the PC industry for over 20 years and has covered its journey from Windows CE for personal digital assistants to the Windows 10. They don't seem to touch the level of Android which accounts for 64% sales and iOS which is at 34%. That interview spurred possibilities among Windows Phone enthusiasts that Microsoft was looking to launch more handsets - possibly named Surface Phone.
Microsoft's Corporate Vice President in the Operating Systems Group Joe Belfiore tweeted; "We have tried VERY HARD to incent app devs".
Nevertheless, when a user asked if it's time to leave the Windows Mobile platform, Belfiore maintained that it is really up to the consumer. This in turn made deterred developers from working on apps for Windows Phone.