By Ryan Healey”Windows Phone 8″ is a little known but hugely anticipated software release.
While Microsoft is hoping to take advantage of the next generation of Windows hardware, the new operating system will also bring with it new innovations to the table.
We’ve seen some of those innovations already in the form of the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL.
We also know the next Windows Phone is going to have a big new camera chip in the shape of the Snapdragon 835.
And now, the big question is: Will Microsoft finally bring its “next-generation” Windows Phone to market?
While we don’t know much about the specifications for the next-generation Lumia 950, we do know that the next version of Windows Phone will be called “Windows 10”.
Microsoft is also making some big changes to the operating system, so that the phone itself is actually a Windows OS, rather than just a Windows Phone app.
In the coming months, Microsoft is also expected to unveil new hardware from Nokia and Samsung.
As Microsoft is aiming for a “next” Windows phone, it’s worth paying close attention to the features of the operating software.
For starters, Microsoft has changed the way it presents the desktop interface for the new OS.
Windows Phone has been a staple of Windows users’ desktop since its debut in 2011.
Since then, the operating systems desktop has become an essential part of most users’ experience, even when it’s not the only option available.
As a result, Microsoft wants to keep the desktop as the default desktop experience for its Windows Phone OS.
This change has been in place since the launch of Windows 10 in April of last year.
Windows 10 has been released to the public as an update to Windows Phone 7.5, but it was designed to work with Windows Phone as well.
This means that the Windows 10 desktop will still be present on Windows Phone, just as it has been for the last year and a half.
Windows 10 also features a new, unified, and more streamlined Windows Store.
Windows Store features allow users to browse the Store with a single tap, and they also let them download apps and other content directly from the Store.
For more information on Windows 10, check out our previous coverage.
What’s in Windows 10?
Windows Phone 7 and Windows Phone 9.5 were two of the first versions of Windows that Windows Phone users used, and both versions were built on top of the same operating system.
Microsoft initially released Windows Phone in 1999, and Windows 10 is the first version of its OS to be released to consumers.
But in a move that’s likely to have been welcomed by Windows Phone fans, Microsoft decided to make Windows 10 the default operating system for Windows Phone.
Windows is also the name of Microsoft’s new operating systems, Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 11.1, which are based on the same codebase as Windows 10.
Windows will be available to users on June 7, 2018, and will cost $299.99, with the full Windows 10 upgrade available at no additional cost.