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Rumor Claims Microsoft Will Be Selling Its Own Android Phones Soon

3 monthes ago   |   By Ubergizmo

Microsoft tried to improve its fortunes in the smartphone market with the acquisition of Nokia's hardware division but that didn't happen. It left the smartphone market and currently has no plans to make smartphones powered by Windows 10 Mobile. However, a new rumor suggests that the company is preparing a new line of smartphones which will be powered by Android.
This according to a Microsoft Store employee who claims that the company's engineering team is working on a “new line of phones.” They won't be branded as Lumia handsets, obviously, and it's unclear whether the company's Surface...
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