Sprint has already announced that the mobile operator will be releasing Windows Phones later this year, and now the company has launched a landing page on its website for Windows Phone 8. It's a sign of what's to come, confirming that a "pair of Windows Phones" will launch by summer 2013.
Which devices will be sported by the operator? We're not too sure. Consumers could be looking at anything from the ATIV S to the Lumia 520, or even a re-branded 8X.
Unfortunately there's not much to go on, but we'll be keeping our eyes open for any details to leak out pointing at potential candidates for Sprint's Windows Phone 8 push this year. The good news is we could well be looking at a rather large launch and the platform desperately needs a US mobile operator to back Microsoft and promote multiple Windows Phones.
The Windows Central Podcast with our Executive Editor, Daniel Rubino and Senior Editor, Zac Bowden will be LIVE on Wednesday, September 22 at 1PM ET for a special episode focused entirely on the announcements coming out of Microsoft's hardware event, which takes place a couple hours before at 11AM ET.
Microsoft has officially taken the wraps off its second generation Surface Duo, featuring upgrades in every single department. Surface Duo 2 has bigger and better displays, support for 5G and NFC enabling wireless payments, the latest flagship processor from Qualcomm, and a new Glance bar feature that shows notifications down the spine of the device when closed.
To make the most out of your processor, you'll want to consider AIO water cooling. The Corsair 275R Airflow can support radiators up to 360mm, so we've rounded up a few fine examples of some of the best AIOs out there that'll fit inside this chassis.