Microsoft is working with Chinese handset maker Xiaomi to offer some customers a test version of Windows 10 on their smartphones.
Microsoft wrote said that, it will help a select group of Xiaomi Mi4 users ‘flash’ their phones with the new Windows 10 OS on their handsets and let them contribute to its future release later this year. These users will then use Windows 10 on their Mi4 devices and provide valuable feedback. Xiaomi stresses that this is not a partnership but an initiative.
Neither Microsoft nor Xiaomi provided specific details of the Windows 10 software being trialled, but sources say that it effectively overrides Android, turning the Xiaomi phone into a Windows 10 device complete with Microsoft services. which the company hopes will dazzle Android owners into making the switch, that is to say that the software does not offer a dual boot option, which Microsoft has pushed in the past in India.
This is a ROM, based on Windows, that operates much like software from Cyanogen,The ROM is thus designed to go beyond Microsoft’s Android apps and offer a native-like Windows experience on Android phones.
That is a pretty powerful concept, and it is no surprise to see Microsoft testing it in China, where consumers are more inclined to install ROMs. The move is just part of Microsoft’s new strategy to move away from its closed-systems approach and reach out to a wider audience by making its services available on all devices across all platforms.
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