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There won’t be any new Windows Phones launched at MWC next week


This year’s Mobile World Congress looks like it’s going to be jam-packed with intriguing new devices headlined by Samsung’s Galaxy S5, Sony’s Xperia Z2, BlackBerry’s first Foxconn-made phones and Nokia’s first-ever Android handset. There is one major absence from this year’s MWC that is rather surprising, however: Windows Phone. Re/code’s sources say that there won’t be any new Windows Phones launched at MWC next week and that Microsoft will only talk in “broad strokes” about what it has planned for future Windows Phone releases during its official press event. Microsoft is apparently saving its Windows Phone bullets for its Build developer conference in April when it will likely unveil its new Windows Phone 8.1 platform. Even so, Re/code writes that

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