By now, you’ve probably heard the buzz that Microsoft is planning a smartphone, tablet or smartphone.

Microsoft’s smartphone plans have been in flux for some time now.

When the company first announced its Windows Phone 8 plan, it was a long shot.

But the plan is finally happening and it looks like Microsoft’s phone is on the way.

According to a report from TechRadar, Microsoft has now announced a Windows Phone 10 smartphone plan that will start shipping in the second half of 2018.

The new phone plan will see the first-ever Windows 10 smartphone, which will be a version of the Windows 10 Mobile operating system.

Microsoft also revealed the name of the phone, codenamed “Sprint.”

Sprint will be powered by the latest version of Windows 10, codename Metro, and will be available in two sizes: 32GB and 64GB.

The phone will be launched in the US, Canada, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific markets.

The Microsoft phone plans come with a new version of Cortana, which was previously available only in Microsoft Edge browsers.

Cortana is now also available on Windows 10 phones, and users can also use it on their PCs to search and access their contacts.