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Microsoft is sending mixed signals on the future of Windows Phone. Recently, Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella said that the company is working on a phone that won’t like phone available in the market today. Microsoft’s HoloLens creators also believes that the phones are already dead, the future of smartphone is going to be something unique and Microsoft is working on it.

Microsoft’s corporate vice president Yusuf Mehdi has now revealed that the company is still committed to phones but just not Windows Phone. The new interview of Yusuf has revealed that the company’s focus is on iOS and Android, he didn’t even mention Windows Phone.

“The way I think about mobile-first is we’re all in on mobile in the sense that all of our software will run on any device that you own, so Office will run on an iPhone and Android, Minecraft will run on iPhone and Android, our management tools will run across all those devices,” Mehdi said.

Microsoft is going to focus on software. The company will make apps that will run on iOS, Android and Windows Phone.

“So we embrace the world as we see it today, which is people using multiple devices, and they use Windows PCs and laptops and notebooks.” – Yusuf Mehdi.

Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella has recently confirmed that company will build more phones. Microsoft is said to be working on the most-anticipated Surface Phone and we are expecting the phone to be something unique.

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