People are constantly debating when will Microsoft finally release the commercial version of its Windows 10 Mobile operating system. The company remained silent when it comes to announcing the release date of the system, but it finally gave us one hint today.
Namely, the official Mexican Lumia Facebook page told users that Windows 10 Mobile will finally arrive on 29th February! Here’s what the company said, when asked about the release of Windows 10 Mobile on Facebook (translated):
“Hello, the update to Windows 10 will be available as from 29 February, but remember that not all devices will be able to do so. Greetings!”
Windows 10 Mobile Read for Release?
If this statement turns out to be true, we should see Windows 10 Mobile on compatible devices by the end of the month. However, we don’t have any official announcements from Microsoft, and it is a little bit strange that the company chose comments of the Mexican Facebook page to announce such a big thing. Or maybe some Microsoft employee rushed, and said something he/she shouldn’t?
Windows 10 Mobile was planned to be released in December last year, however the company wasn’t able to deliver the operating system in the promised time, so it continued with releasing new Preview builds for Windows 10 Mobile Insiders.
Many people believe that the latest build 10586.17 for Windows 10 Mobile is actually the RTM version, which strengthens this theory even more. Also Gabe Aul, the head of the Insider program, is silent about Windows 10 Mobile ever since the release of the latest build (for about a week), which also could mean that Microsoft indeed prepares something big for the end of February.
If Microsoft releases any official statements regarding the release of the RTM version of Windows 10 Mobile, we’ll make sure to let you know as soon as possible.
Do you think this “announcement” from Lumia Mexico Facebook page is true? Do you expect to see Windows 10 Mobile on your phone on February 29th? Tell us your opinion in the comments.
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