Microsoft will end support for Windows 10 Mobile in Sep 2018

By Sudhiir

Microsoft is yet to roll out the Windows 10 OS for its Phones or release Phones powered by Windows 10, but already seems to have written the epitaph for Windows 10 devices. Microsoft has released a document regarding the life-cycle support for its Windows 10 Mobile phones.

The Microsoft Lumia 950 and Microsoft Lumia 950XL remain two devices that will come with Windows 10. Microsoft had earlier revealed that the support for Windows 10 Mobile will be extended till September 2019.However, a review note states that life cylce support for Windows 10 devices will be extended only till September 2018.

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Microsoft still remains a PC oriented company and clearly defined on when it will end product support. Google on the contrary has different versions of its Android OS that vary from one device to another. However, Microsoft does not believe in having a countless variants of its Windows OS unlike Google's Android.

Microsoft will end support for Windows 10 Mobile in Sep 2018

Microsoft has listed two phones in the document on its website. This includes Windows 10 Mobile for Business and Windows 10 Mobile for Consumer. Of course, there will be several other considerations like Country, region and hardware. But for now this is what seems Microsoft's stand on the issue. The document reveals that the support for the software support for all Windows 10 Mobile devices.

Microsoft will end support for Windows 10 Mobile in Sep 2018

Microsoft also revealed that the updates for the Windows 10 devices will be progressive and incremental that may be controlled by mobile operator.

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