Microsoft began selling back Lumia smartphones with Windows Phone operating system at its retail stores

Microsoft Lumia 950
Microsoft began selling Windows Lumia phones back at its retail store earlier this month. Previously, this software giant removes Lumia devices from its retail store in June 2017.

But at that time, Microsoft left HP Elite x3 and Alcatel Idol 4S in its retail store as an option for Windows Phone fans. Now, Lumia 950 is available for US $ 399. Meanwhile, Lumia 950 XL is offered for US $ 499 and Lumia 650 for US $ 199, and Lumia 550 for US $ 139.

Microsoft recognizes that the glory era of Windows Phone has ended in October last. Microsoft recognition is considered confusing at the time. When Microsoft re-started selling Lumia phones, though not for long, also did not help eliminate the confusion related to the slow demise of Windows Phone.

Not long after Lumia's mobile phone re-emerged on Microsoft's official retail sites, the phones were re-named "unavailable". Possibly, the Lumia phone should not be sold again. One thing is for sure, now Microsoft Lumia has officially gone.

However, it seems, Microsoft is still interested in making mobile devices. At the end of last year, had circulated rumors that Microsoft is developing a tablet that can be folded. At that time, this tablet is rumored to be launched in 2018.

While the latest information related to Microsoft's outstanding patent displays a hinge that allows the screen to open from 0 degrees to 360 degrees.

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