We already know that Windows 10 is set to come to the public at the end of this July, but we still don’t have details with regards to the release of Windows 10 Mobile. Now a fresh report claims that this could happen towards the end of the next quarter.
A fresh report coming from Neowin.net claims that Windows 10 Mobile is tipped to arrive sometime this September. According to the tipster, Windows 10 for smartphones will launch in Q3 this year. It seems that the information leaked from a presentation that Microsoft gave to its partners.
The above screenshot shows a slide which makes it clear that ‘Windows Mobile skus will be available late next quarter’. Usually, this means towards September’s end, so that’s when we could expect to get the new Windows versions on our smartphones. But since this was a presentation given to its partners, then this could mean that a commercial release for regular users could happen slightly later.
The Microsoft spokesperson who leaked the document says that the OS should come in October, or “possibly as early as September”. Thus, it’s better to mark October as the most likely release date. What’s your take on this? Is it too late or too early? Leave your comment below and let us know.