Microsoft has been revealing which phones will be capable of running the mobile edition of Windows 10, and new information can be found on the company’s website. A link called “Windows 10 Eligible” on the US Lumia phone website brings up a page that displays just five phones so far, namely the Lumia 640 XL from AT&T, the Lumia 640 also from AT&T, the Lumia 735 from Verizon, the unlocked version of the Lumia 635 and the Lumia 635 from Sprint.

But wait, there must more than five phones eligible for Windows 10. And yes, there are. But the question of which ones may not make the cut still seems to be unanswered.

Due to roll out later this year, the mobile edition of Windows 10 will offer several changes and enhancements for users, including a new and more appealing design, music beats tech, games,  a new and improved Action Center that allows you to fine-tune notifications for different features and tasks, a new settings menu and the Microsoft Edge browser. With its mobile market share less than 3 percent, Microsoft is struggling in the mobile arena and is looking for help from Windows 10. The new OS will offer a similar look and similar apps across all devices, from PCs to tablets to phones, a strategy Microsoft hopes will attract more interest from both PC and mobile phone consumers. Read More here…

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