Meet Microsoft’s Windows Mobile-Like New Feature Phone

Meet Microsoft's Windows Mobile-Like New Feature Phone

We all know very well that the tech giant Microsoft, of course, the company behind the well-known computer and laptop operating system Windows has given up making the Windows phones for some time, but we all know very well that sometimes companies create prototypes that have never become a real product, hence, Microsoft has also developed many Lumia prototypes that never become a real product.

Meet Microsoft’s Windows Mobile-Like New

The tech giant Microsoft, of course, the company behind the well-known computer and laptop operating system Windows has given up making the Windows phones for some time, but we all know very well that sometimes companies create prototypes that have never become a real product, hence, Microsoft has also developed many Lumia prototypes that never become a real product.

As for now, we have the RM-1182: this is a feature phone created by the tech giant Microsoft and it runs an interface or UI similar to the tech giant Microsoft’s Windows 10 Mobile.

The well-known media platform which specialized in Windows products and services, of course, I am talking about none other than the Windows Central has found that this simple feature phone with the Microsoft brand has many similarities with respect to Windows 10 Mobile.

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As now if we talk about those similarities then let me clarify that it has dynamic blocks like Windows Phone, icons and buttons equal just like the Lumia line devices, and even it also has a central action to adjust volume and Bluetooth of the device.

Moreover, the company behind the Windows, of course, I am talking about none other than the tech giant Microsoft’s RM-1182 feature phone was under development through 2015, the same time when Microsoft tried to survive and establish its Windows 10 Mobile on the market.

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However, now if we talk about the main menu then let me clarify that it is quite similar to the Start of Lumia smartphones, dynamic blocks show the number of notifications from each application that’s it. Moreover, if you want then you can simply rearrange the icons and even customize the highlight color used throughout the system.

IMG Source: Windows Central
IMG Source: Windows Central

The pre-installed apps like Phone, SMS, Contacts, Photos, and Camera also look same as Windows 10 Mobile. There are some other Microsoft apps, like Outlook and OneNote, that no longer work.

IMG Source: Windows Central
IMG Source: Windows Central

While now if we talk about the hardware and specs of this feature phone, then let clarify that this phone features a 2.5-inch screen, 2 MP camera with LED flash and 1200mAh battery. Moreover, the rear is made of plastic and has the same logo as the new range of Lumia handsets like the 950 and 550 used to present.

IMG Source: Windows Central
IMG Source: Windows Central

The Finnish company Nokia’s mobile division was actually bought by the tech giant Microsoft under Steve Ballmer, but at last, the tech giant Microsoft ended up losing its billions with that strategy. Hence, the CEO of the tech giant Microsoft, of course, I am talking about none other than the Satya Nadella has decided to reduce the company’s efforts in smartphones simply by canceling the projects such as the Lumia 750 and Lumia 850.

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Later in 2016 after getting failed in this segment, the Redmond company, of course, the tech giant Microsoft surrendered the rights to use the Finnish company, of course, Nokia brand to Finland’s HMD Global and even it also sold the simple phone division to a Foxconn subsidiary. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.

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