Microsoft has been announcing its plan to move beyond Windows 10 and into the next wave of mobile devices, which is now being called “the next wave”.
The company has announced a plan to expand Windows 10 beyond phones to run its cloud-based services, including cloud-hosted media and analytics.
Microsoft says it will launch Windows 10 for phones in 2021, though no date has been set.
Windows 10 will run on smartphones, but will not be available on all devices.
Windows 10 will be launched in 2021 for phones, with Windows 10 on phones coming to tablets and PCs later in 2021.
The company says it has made significant progress in making Windows 10 the most popular operating system on phones, and that more people will be using Windows 10 by 2021.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will hold a press conference at 10:30am ET today, during which he will reveal a number of new details about Windows 10, including a new version of the Windows 10 mobile operating system.
The Windows 10 Mobile platform is being developed by Microsoft’s research and development group, and will be available as a new OS in 2021 instead of the current Windows 10 desktop operating system, the company says.