Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore admits Windows 10 Mobile is ‘dead’


luot-web-nhanh-hon-voi-microsoft-edge-trong-mot-not-nhac_1Microsoft has influenced it to clear the organization has no goal to deal with new highlights or equipment for Windows 10 Mobile. The data specifically originates from Joe Belfiore, Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President for Windows. In a progression of tweet, Belfiore has conceded that Windows 10 Mobile is not any more a ‘core interest’. There will be bug fixes and programming refreshes, however don’t expect another equipment later on. This ought to be viewed as the finish of street for Microsoft in getting the versatile system set up.

Microsoft’s Windows 10 Mobile has neglected to have an effect on the cell phone showcase. Many accuse that the organization’s inability to draw in both equipment accomplices and programming engineers that prompted the decrease of Windows 10 Mobile. As Belfiore trusts, one of the fundamental purposes behind the decrease of Windows 10 Mobile has been the trouble to get engineers on board to compose applications.

The company’s Windows 10 chief has tweeted that developing new features and hardware for the Mobile version of the OS was no longer a “focus”.
Joe Belfiore added that he had also switched to Android himself.
Windows 10 Mobile tried to attract users by letting them run the same “universal apps” on both their PCs and handsets, but the concept failed to catch on.
The OS accounted for just 0.03% of the global market – based on smartphone shipments – between April and June, according to research company IDC.
The market intelligence provider said the news had been a long time coming.
“There wasn’t a wide range of devices running Windows 10 Mobile, so it wasn’t attractive to retailers or operators,” said IDC’s Francisco Jeronimo.
“And from a consumer perspective, the operating system didn’t provide as good an experience as Android or iOS.”

The company may have lost ground in the smartphone market, but the company still makes apps and services for both Android and iOS platforms. Though Belfiore’s tweets may seem to indicate the end of Microsoft’s ambitions to conquer the smartphone space, the buzz is strong lately that the company has been secretly working on the Surface phone. Evidently it will not be powered by Windows 10 Mobile. Instead the Surface phone will run on something called Andromeda OS. The Redmond giant hopes to create a new category with the Surface Phone, which could be launched next year, according to unconfirmed reports.