Flashback: phones that weren’t, part 3: an award-winning design hobbled by an awful chipset

While Windows is best known as a desktop operating system, Microsoft’s big push with Windows 8 was to make both the internals and the user interface capable of running on a touch-based, ARM-powered device. This caused a massive rewrite of Windows Phone as it went from version 7 to version 8 and breaking app compatibility. The desktop and mobile OSes continued to move closer together and Windows 10 Mobile’s Continuum feature blurred the lines between desktop and mobile.

The hero of today’s story – well, the tragic hero, but let’s not spoil the story – is called the NuAns Neo….

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