Windows 10 Mobile comes to Blu Win Jr LTE X130e and LTE X150e

Ivan Jenic By: Ivan Jenic
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Windows 10 Mobile has been here for more than a week, as well as the initial list of devices eligible for the upgrade. But even if Microsoft already confirmed that Windows Phone devices with less than 1GB won’t be eligible, some manufacturers have yet to confirm the arrival of Windows 10 Mobile on their phones.

Microsoft made an exception for its Lumia 635 in Brazil and now the company is working with BLU to deliver the Windows 10 Mobile upgrade to the Blu Win HD LTE, as well as the European version of the Blu Win JR LTE and the TrekStor WinPhone 4.7 HD.

Microsoft is changing its policy in certain countries

As we already mentioned, Microsoft delivered the Windows 10 Mobile upgrade to Lumia 635 in Brazil being that there’s no 1GB version of this phone in Brazil. A similar case is with BLU. If you take a look at the picture below, you’ll notice that the upgrade for BLU’s Blu Win Jr LTE X130e and Blu Win Jr LTE X150e is pending, meaning that these two devices have been confirmed and will eventually get the upgrade once it’s ready — despite the fact these two devices are not on Microsoft’s initial list of devices eligible for the Windows 10 upgrade.

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However, BLU’s Win Jr LTE X130q and Win Jr definitely won’t get the upgrade since both of these devices feature 512MB of RAM — no concessions made for these two.

We don’t know exactly when BLU will push the upgrade to confirmed devices, but if you’re using some of these phones, you can occasionally check for updates in Settings>Updates.

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