As per the rumors circulating the tech world, the Windows 10 Creators Update, with novel security features, has vowed to provide palpable changes to Microsoft OS, however, the changes will also be available for the smartphones that run on the Windows 10, confirmed by Microsoft.
Few as these devices are they will still be enjoying the upgrades. Smartphones like Trinity NuAns NEO, the MouseComputer MADOSMA Q60, the SoftBank 503LV, Alcatel’s OneTouch Fierce XL and Idol 4S, Microsoft Lumia 640/640XL, 950/950 XL 550 and 650, the VAIO Phone Biz and the HP Elite x3 will be getting the Windows 10 Creators Update.
These devices support the modern hardware and are valid for the upgrades, considering Idol S4 surfaced last year at the MWC. Support on devices like these was already expected since the mobile environment of these run on Windows.
The CEO of Microsoft Satya Nadella is also targeting low specced devices like Lumia 550, which was launch two years back in December 2015; having 1.1 GHz Snapdragon 220 chip with 8 GB ROM and 1 GB RAM. Here the fact cannot be avoided that this is among the devices with the lowest specs yet, but probably it still supports the criteria of flexibility, functionality and speed. However, most of the Windows-powered smartphones, that are a few years older, have failed to meet the upgrade criteria and therefore they will be lagging behind in garbing this upgrade.
The good news for the PC owners is that if your system is running on the Windows 10 OS you will get the Creators Update for sure. This is quite a surprise coming from Microsoft for the idea in itself is exciting that a single OS, other than Android, is going to dominate the mobile environment.
The strategy of the Microsoft has moved on to a cloud-based service rather than a hardware prone one and I must say that Creators Update on the Windows 10 running phablets, laptops, desktops and smartphones are going to remain connected to the modern world for more time.