Microsoft has unambiguously stated that full Windows 10 will not hit the current smartphones with a mobile version of this system. Joe Belfiore emphasizes that moving the system to ARM processors is primarily intended for computers. Does that mean that Windows 10 will never hit smartphones, and Surface Phone will forever remain a legend?
At the end of last year, Microsoft announced that Windows 10 would go to ARM processors thanks to x86 architecture emulation. Americans have said from the outset that the whole process is about the computer market, but many fans of the mobile Microsoft platform expect that full Windows will come to smartphones, including those currently on the market. Microsoft made it very clear that this would not happen.Joe Belfiore has announced that Windows 10 for ARM is a desktop project that will take advantage of this architecture (connectivity, power savings) while running Windows. It's kind of a counter for Chromebooks from Google. Mr. Belfiore also added that the full Windows will not hit the current smartphones . It's about models like the HP Elite x3, the Lumia 950, and the Lumia 950 XL that I will not mention many of the other low-priced shelves. Providing a new system through updating is not a simple matter, and subsequent drops in the mobile market show that it is a waste of resources and resources. Few owners of Windows Mobile 10 smartphones are now feeling disappointed because they have been practically nothing – the system has ceased to be developed. It's not all. Microsoft's vice president stressed that Windows 10 for ARM is not for smartphones , as opposed to Windows 10 Mobile. This is probably the final cut of any chance of a full Windows phone on board. If it is, then it will not be a smartphone in the form we know today, as Satya Nadella said a while ago. The question is, does anyone else believe that Microsoft can revolutionize the mobile market? Source: Windows Central