Microsoft has been a company which has been coming out with update after update in the world of technology in the recent times. The company, when it took over the Nokia Mobiles division, had great plans of changing the market trends. The company was expected to come out with new and improved mobile phone devices, as after gaining the control of the production, the company could create better devices. Microsoft has now come out with the Windows 10 Mobile OS update for the users of the Lumia
Microsoft is now working towards releasing this new update for the users of the older, Nokia Lumia devices. The Nokia Lumia users were feeling left out and felt that the company is focusing more on the devices that they created themselves. However, this new update settles things.
The Windows 10 Mobile OS update was expected to release for the users of the older devices by December of last year, however after three delays it came out in the March of 2016. In the past, only the users of the Lumia 950, Lumia 950 XL, Lumia 650 and the Lumia 550 had access to this Windows 10 Mobile OS but now its out for a much larger number of devices.
The Windows 10 Mobile OS update came out for the users of many older Nokia Lumia phones such as Lumia 1520, 930, 640, 640XL, 730, 735, 830, 532, 535, 540, 635 1GB, 636 1GB, 638 1GB, 430, 435, BLU Win HD w510u, BLU Win HD LTE x150q, and the MCJ Madosma Q501 devices.
There had been a lot of controversy over this, as the Lumia 520, Lumia 1020 and Lumia 1320 users have been rather discontent with the fact that the update did not come out for their devices. These were among some of the most popular Windows Phone devices, and Microsoft has now written a blog post, stating –
“This list includes a limited set of Windows Phone 8.1 devices and does not include some devices that are currently running Windows 10 Mobile in the Windows 10 Mobile Insider program. As Windows 10 delivers significant new innovations, many older devices are not able to successfully upgrade without an impact on the customer experience. Our goal is to only offer the Windows 10 upgrade to devices that we are confident can continue to deliver a good customer experience,” the company said.