First Windows 10 release build for phones coming February

First Windows 10 release build for phones coming February

Microsoft is still on the stage announcing stuff around its biggest design and features overhaul in its modern history - the Windows 10 endeavor, which will run on phones, tablets, laptops and even TVs. Insiders will be getting a new build of Windows 10 as soon as next week, while the first Windows 10 build for phones will come in February. Nice.

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11 Comments

1. PapaSmurf

Posts: 10457; Member since: May 14, 2012

Well, time to pick up a cheap WP on Craigslist to run the preview next month.

8. Settings

Posts: 2943; Member since: Jul 02, 2014

I thought W10 didn't appeal to you and you never look back on Windows and here you are planning to pick up a 'cheap' WP just to ride the hype train.

2. juandante

Posts: 679; Member since: Apr 23, 2013

Everytime its the same thing a lot of hype and no results I was really waiting for more ..

3. Extraneus

Posts: 121; Member since: Jun 02, 2012

Sorry you didn't get that complimentary Ferrari you were expecting. Now, let the the rest of us rejoice about getting a truly smooth pc/tablet/smartphone experience!

5. vishalvenky

Posts: 79; Member since: Feb 12, 2012

exactly. things r gonna change. welcome to the new windows experience.

6. Veigald

Posts: 290; Member since: Jan 13, 2012

Specifically what more did you expect then? Lot of hype no results... well, you're getting a seamless experience from screen to screen, cortana built into windows, xbox gaming on any windows device etc etc. Seems like lots of results to me.

7. Penny

Posts: 1844; Member since: Feb 04, 2011

I wasn't expecting a whole lot of change for Windows 10 for phones, other than the transition to a unified OS and universal app experience. Which, as it happens, are pretty huge changes in relation to where competitors currently stand. What I was expecting however, and where Microsoft really delivered, is on its focus of Windows overall. Microsoft sees a long term future in being the core platform used for all of these connected devices that we are going to have everywhere in our lives, not just phones. I feel like they are on a strong path to be a leader in the "internet of things" race, which is the next race after smartphones. It seems to me that they are focusing on the future, and will keep Windows Phones around until user demand catches up to the "internet of things" world vision, at which point it can finally be a leader. I don't think they believe Windows can be a smartphone leading OS until that point.

9. SemperFiV12

Posts: 949; Member since: Nov 09, 2010

This comment is MONEY. Always very analytical and insightful!

10. Penny

Posts: 1844; Member since: Feb 04, 2011

Thank you, I appreciate it!

11. elitewolverine

Posts: 5192; Member since: Oct 28, 2013

Really what they have done, is said, f you sales, our OS will run no matter what you do. Even if they have no market share, their OS is still mobile ready without the need to rewrite the base code. With the new unified app store and the way win10 will most likely handle code, companies new apps will work right in line on a phone without worry. So a wp user will have access to this even years from now. Considering wp now supports intel chips, this only goes further. All i need is skype and tablet...what do i need a phone for anymore? In fact i just might do this. For 13.99 you get unlimited calls to mobile and landlines. I should switch my phone to a data line and just pay that. That would make my line 23.99 instead of 80. Hell 13.99 is their world plan, they have a USA & Canada plan for 2.99

4. vishalvenky

Posts: 79; Member since: Feb 12, 2012

to all of them who are disappointed. this is purely an windows10 event for PC/tab. they just "introduced" phone OS. wait patiently..

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