DEAR DIARY. This could be my last entry. I am now so sad that I may have to get hold of a Galaxy Note 7 battery and blow my own head off.
INQUIRERs said that Winbeta said that someone anonymous at Microsoft said that the firm will stop making Lumia phones at the end of the year.
The betrayal in my heart is worse than the time when the shadow minister for database management stuffed my head into a pair of tights and shoved it down the toilet. I'd just given him the Trio bar that my mum had put in my House of Commons lunchbox.
I know Windows Mobile isn't the most popular of the phones. But it's the best. I know it. INQUIRERs knows it. Everyone knows it. They just don't know they knows it.
But apparently, Microsofts is going to stop making the Lumia phones like the 950XL with the continuumumms at the end of the year because even though they're well cheap now and have squares on the pictures that you press, no-one wants them.
Maybe they could make a Jet Black one seeing as that's so PRECIOUS to people now. No. Black is terrible for showing up Wotsit crumbs.
Apparently, Microsoft isn't confirming or denying it's true. But that's like when Mum wouldn't confirm or deny our goldfish Orc had died but not to go into the upstairs toilet for ages and it turned out it was true and I went in and there was part of a fin.
It's stupid, though, because Redstone 2 is coming and when Redstone 2 is coming everyone will see that I'm right and they're wrong and that Michelle was the best of the Atomic Kittens.
What makes it worse is that they keep saying secret things about making a Surface phone but then they pretend it's not true and they obviously just hate me and I just want to DIE.
I don't care. They'll see. They'll all see when I go on my rampage through Carphone Warehouse. Which reminds me. Must order bullets and get suit dry cleaned. µ
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