On Monday at Mobile World Congress, Microsoft announced two new, affordable Lumia phones, the Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL, which “give people the flexibility to do more anywhere, and at any time,” writes Stephen Elop, executive vice president of the Microsoft Devices Group, in a blog post.
Elop also shares that at the event, Microsoft unveiled a super-lightweight universal keyboard that works with iPads, iPhones, Android devices and Windows tablets, as well as a new offering with AT&T in the U.S. that will help small- and medium-sized businesses succeed with tools to collaborate and share.
“From devices with the smallest screens to devices with the largest screens, to devices with no screens at all, we remain committed to creating new experiences that surprise, inspire and help people achieve more,” Elop says.
Read his blog post for more details, and visit Microsoft’s Mobile World Congress site for more information.
Microsoft News Center Staff
Tags: Lumia, Mobile World Congress, Windows Phone