The Mobile World Congress 2017 on February in Barcelona will be take part by various mobile manufacturers and vendors, not excluding Microsoft, .which will introduce the full version of Windows 10 on mobile running on ARM processors.
The addition of Microsoft has long been guessed since the company is no longer into the mobile manufacturing business, but it seems that the software expert is fixed on fetching Windows 10 on mobile that may soon hint a Surface phone debut.
Microsoft has acknowledged to its dismal performance in the smartphone market by halting its line of Lumia mobile phones, which are now imminent the end of their retail lives. Microsoft has declared that it will focus more on what it does best, which is to continue to twist and offer a much improved Windows 10.
Hence, the mobile industry was caught by surprise when Microsoft specified that they will be joining the Mobile World Congress 2017. Here is what Microsoft anticipates to do at the annual meeting of companies and leaders in the mobile industry.
Creator’s Update Impact On Mobile Devices
The Mobile World Congress 2017 agrees with the release of the Creator’s Update, which can bring vital changes to mobile devices. The Redstone 2 will enable mobile devices to have Virtual Reality capabilities that will offer a rich and immersive experience to its users.
Windows 10 on Mobile ARM Processors
Microsoft has collaborated with AMD particularly in launching Windows 10 ran by ARM processors, which are naturally seen in mobile phones. Microsoft will advance discuss during the Mobile World Congress 2017 the benefits of the full version of Windows 10 on mobile in terms of yield using real desktop apps according to source.
Form Partnerships to Launch Windows 10 on Mobile Devices
Micorsoft’s primary goal in joining in the Mobile World Congress 2017 is to sell the Windows 10 OS to OEMS and ODMs. This is more supported by its initiative in launching a site where partners can organize meetings with Microsoft about future mobile plans and partnerships, according to Neowin.
To recap, Microsoft has not fully turned its back on the mobile phones as of yet as indicated by its Windows 10 on mobile. However, the report of a Surface phone with full Windows 10 running on ARM processors is still extremely possible, but its debuting at the World Mobile Congress 2017 is already an incredibility for the device will not be ready by then.