Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 18th Apr 2012 13:54 UTC
Windows If you ever needed any proof it's anything but roses ans sunshine over at Microsoft's Windows Phone division, it's this. The next version of Windows Phone, WP8, will run on the NT kernel, which marks a pretty substantial departure from the current release. This raises the question: will current handsets be upgradeable to WP8? First, Microsoft indicated no. Then they said yes (interview retracted). And now, they're saying no again.
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RE[3]: Of course!
by jnemesh on Wed 18th Apr 2012 23:19 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Of course!"
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They are saying it "sold out"...well, how many phones, exactly, is that? 1 million? 2? Not 4 million, then it would have been all over the news, since that is what Apple achieved with the 4s over it's initial weekend. So we have a low number shipped to retailers so they can say "WOW! We sold out! Look how great we are!" When in reality, they are probably being BURIED, even in the US. Since there are over 850,000 Android devices activated EVERY DAY, plus God only knows how many many will Microsoft and Nokia have to sell to even make a DENT in their abysmal 2.5% market share?

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RE[4]: Of course!
by gmlongo on Thu 19th Apr 2012 15:42 in reply to "RE[3]: Of course!"
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The number of iPhones and Android devices sold has little bearing on whether or not the Lumia 900 is selling well.

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