With the successful launch of Windows 10 on the desktop out of the way, much of the attention focused on Microsoft MSFT +2.33% has shifted to Windows 10 for Phones. At this point it has been nearly two years since truly new, flagship devices—packing cutting edge hardware—launched on Microsoft’s smartphone platform. In some industries, that’s not a very long time, but in the mobile space two years in an eternity. Consider that in roughly the same amount of time, Samsung has pushed out four iterations of its Galaxy S devices (the Galaxy S4, S5, S6, and S6 Edge+) and you’ll understand how strange it is for a company like Microsoft to not attack the high-end of the market with a consistent influx of halo devices. A number of low-end and mainstream Windows Phone-based devices have been released, but no high-end products.
Read the full story at FORBES, by Marco Chiappetta
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