Back in 2015, Microsoft was planning to release Windows 10 Mobile to Lumia devices in December. Unfortunately, the company wasn’t able to deliver the OS in December and delayed the release until “early 2016”. Now, according to a new report from VentureBeat‘s Even Blass (aka Evleaks), Microsoft is now planning to start rolling out Windows 10 Mobile in February. According to the report, Microsoft sent an email to some of its partners which states that the OS is “not ready yet” — despite being shipped with devices like the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL which cost more than $500 and may offer a bad experience due to the OS being “not ready yet”.
Of course, this also means that Microsoft will get a chance to roll out Windows 10 Mobile when it’s more polished and offers a less buggy experience to more users. Hopefully, Microsoft will get serious about Windows 10 Mobile and get the update out sometime soon. Until then, tell us if you are still excited about Windows 10 Mobile in the comment section below.