Microsoft has a great vision in which all of their Windows devices PC’s and smartphones will run on the same OS platform and this is why Microsoft has forced the transition from Windows 8 to Windows 10. The problem is that Microsoft has been known to not completely inform their customers of what’s happening and they really need to improve their marketing campaign.
The main idea is that by the end of 2016 all Windows powered devices PCs, tablets, hybrids and phones will all be running on the same Windows 10 operating system. Microsoft rolled out for both Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile a complete overhaul this year to make the operating systems more appealing.
Now we are going to take a look over what features and what we need to know about the upcoming Windows 10 Mobile is going to have.
- Improved Keyboard
The Windows 8.1 Mobile keyboard app named Word Flow is going to stick around Windows Mobile 10 and it will bring some new features as well. The keyboard can now be adjusted to better fit the users fingers and it can also be moved all around the screen.
- Lumia Camera App
One of the selling points for the Lumia line of devices was its high quality camera pictures. Microsoft knew that very well and they added the Lumia Camera app to all Windows 10 Mobile devices, this means that all Windows 10 Mobile devices will be able to take HDR shots, Dynamic Flash snaps and record in 4K quality.
- Universal Apps
This is a great feature because it allows for PC designated apps to run on mobile devices as well. Basically this means that all PC apps can be tweaked to be compatible with mobile devices.
- Tech Support
At the moment the only phones that are eligible to receive Windows 10 Mobile are Lumia smartphones and HTC One, but we can expect Microsoft to allow for more devices to run Windows 10 Mobile OS in the not so long future.
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