Is Windows Phone dead?

 Looks like it is not completely dead. There is a flicker.

TrekStor German firm has come up with a new Windows Phone called WinPhone 5.0, a mobile-enterprise quality device.

While the phone is being developed it will have 3GB RAM, 16GB built-in storage, a microUSB port and headphone jack. According to the ZD Net article (), it features 5" HD display and runs Qualcomm's Snapdragon 617 chip-set. The same site says the cost would be around $350.

Wileyfox UK-branded smartphone also launched a Windows 10 Mobile phone.
There is no doubt Windows 10 is having better security than like priced or lower priced Android phones.

As to the question, Is there a future for windows Phone, this is what Nadella thinks.

I have a Lumia 950 and I have had great time with it. With Universal Windows Projects I can deploy my projects to this phone.
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