Windows 10 for phones preview to be made public on Jan 21
Microsoft is all set to public the preview of Windows 10 for phones along with Windows 10 for desktop platform at an invitation only event in Richmond. The event will be live streamed by Microsoft.
According to the reports Microsoft is putting an end to the Windows Phone operating system for tablets and smart phones with the release of Windows 10 for these devices. Reports also claim that devices running Windows Phone and Windows Phone 8.1 will be updated to Windows 10 OS for free.
Microsoft Lumia 940 will be the first device to receive Widows 10 OS for mobiles. Microsoft Lumia 940 is likely to be launched in July or August this year. Lumia 940 will have a 5 inch full HD screen. It is equipped with Snapdragon 805 chipset with 3GB Ram. It will also support the new PureView generation 24 MP resolution camera for Ultra HD video recording at 60fps with the 5MP frontal shooter with 1080p capability.
Windows 10 is expected to resolve many issues of Windows 8.1 i.e. issue of different touch based tablet interface with Windows 8.1. A change in the start screen is made which means Windows 10 will boot directly to the desktop. Windows 10 will bridge desktop devices to mobile phones and Apps would be compatible across all devices. Existing versions of windows are different across devices, thus raising compatibility issues. Windows 10 will unite all of the editions.
Lenovo can be interested in Windows 10 for the PCs, tablets and handsets, but it depends on the customer demand.
Windows 10 is taking things further as same core code for operating system will run for tablets, gaming console, phones, PCs, and servers, thus merging the experience. Windows 10 is making it easier for Apps to run on multiple devices.
Microsoft is going to introduce Spartan to be single browser across tablets, phones and PCs. Reports suggest that Microsoft can make Spartan a store app so that it can be updated by the company. It will be available for both PC and smart phone versions.
Microsoft is considering Windows 10 a natural step forward from window 8.1. It is for sure trying to unify the versions of OS across all devices, but to what extent? Only the future would tell.
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