Windows 10 Mobile release delayed: 10% mobile running latest Microsoft OS
If you are the owner of an old Windows smartphone there are chances that you haven’t got the latest Windows 10 Mobile upgrade. Nonehteless it doesnâ€™t mean that other people using Windows smartphones havenâ€™t got it.
To be true around ten percent of all the Windows smartphone users are running the most recent Windows 10 Mobile OS on their handsets.
Nonetheless, it must be kept in mind that the Redmond based tech giant is yet to release the new mobile OS for the older devices. There are rumors doing the rounds that Microsoftâ€™s Windows 10 Mobile is expected to be released towards the end of February. It was earlier slated to come out in January, nonetheless the launch has repeatedly got delayed due to some unexplained reasons.
In the meantime latest statistics by AdDuplex suggest that till now Windows 10 Mobile is running on as many as 9.5 percent of Windows handsets.
The report goes on to add that notwithstanding the fact that the launch of the Windows 10 is delayed, people are runing their devices on the preview build of Windows 10 Mobile.
A report in the Softpedia while talking about this aspect says the Windows phones community is made of pretty tech-savvy users who are ready to take on bugs in order to experience the latest version of the operating system. A small percentage goes to Lumia 950, 950 XL, and 550, which have all launched with Windows 10 Mobile pre-installed.
Right now Microsotâ€™s handsets are mostly run on Windows Phone 8.1. without doubt it is number one with 77.7 percent, followed by Windows Phone 8.0 with 8.4 percent. So at this point, Windows 10 Mobile is the second most-used version in the Windows phone world.