When Microsoft acquired Nokia’s mobile division, it also acquired Nokia’s new Android devices like the Nokia X and the Nokia XL, although as Microsoft’s main focus is on Windows Phone, we expected these to be the last Android devices from the now Microsoft owned Nokia mobile division.
Now according to a recent report, this is not the case, and the new Microsoft Devices division will continue to develop Android smartphones alongside their Windows Phone devices.
The Surface 2 LTE tablet has been available in the US for some time, the device went up for pre-order in the UK last month, and it is now available in the UK as of today.
The Microsoft Surface 2 LTE tablet is available for £539 in the UK, this is a SIM free price for the device, which means you can use it with any of the 4G LTE providers in the UK without a contract.
The other day we heard a rumor that the new Microsoft Surface Pro 3 may launch this month, the device is expected to be unveiled along with the new Surface Mini tablet.
According to a recent report from the Verge, Microsoft will announce two new Surface tablets at a press event next week, the Surface Pro 3 and the Surface Mini.
Microsoft has revealed its latest sales figures for its next generation games console, the Xbox One, the company has sold a total of 5 million Xbox One consoles since launch.
Sony revealed recently that they have sold a total of 7 million PlayStation 4 consoles since launch, and Microsoft is yet to catch up with the PS4 as they have sold around 2 million less units than Sony.