Windows 10 for mobile to be disclosed on January 21
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ;MSFT) is all set to take the hush-up off the consumer previews of Windows 10 at an invitation only, event in Redmond on January 21. Analyst’s are expecting the company to offer the first look at Windows 10 for the mobile devices. Now the Microsoft expert Tom Warren, has confirmed that the software giant would indeed display the new operating system for mobile phones.
The new Operating system for phones can be called Windows Mobile 10
Microsoft will live to flow the Jan 21 event. The regular Windows 10 can be focused on the desktop as Windows 10 for mobile phones can be for smartphones and for tablets. The Operating system is likely to have some changes for Start the Screen. It can also have new version of touch friendly Office for the Windows and side by side apps. The new operating system for mobile devices is likely to be available as free upgrade to all the Windows Phone 8 users.
The next Windows operating system for mobile phones will expected be called as Windows Mobile 10. Nokia Power Users has marked a trickled image of Windows Mobile 10 user boundary. The screenshot reportedly started via Microsoft executive Joe Belfores’ keynote during the time of TechEd Europe conference. PC Advisor reports that the Lumia 940 can be one of first smartphones to run the Windows Mobile 10. It expects Microsoft to launch the Lumia 940 in July or August 2015.
Windows 10 to appear in late summer
It is still unclear when the Microsoft giant will launch the Windows 10. Kevin Turner, chief operating officer said Reuters that the company can be able to bring out the new operating system by late summer or early fall. He said that is the current plan. This way, the app developers will have a lot of time to tug their apps. As the release of an inches closer, PC vendors are more eager about the operating system.
Worlds’ largest PC makeris Lenovo Group Limited (ADR) (OTCMKTS:LNVGY) (HKG:0992) says that the Windows 10 can breathe new life into the Microsofts’ operating system. Speaking, regaring the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Lenovo CTO Peter Hortensius said that the Chinese company saw more customers wanted to upgrade to the Windows 10. The new operating system could activate round of PC upgrades in the businesses, enhancing PC shipments.