Windows 10 for phone may debut this week alongside demo video

Around two weeks ago, Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore tweeted to announce that a video exhibiting the features of Windows 10 for phone is about to be released in one to two weeks. Presently, the videos on Windows 10 have been concentrated on the desktop and tablet interface, with Windows phone getting less coverage during the Redmond event. Also, media was not able to render any hands-on video about the Windows 10 phones as only photos were available.

Now, Microsoft’s Windows Insider program head, Gabriel Aul, has posted a response on Twitter, stating that the Windows Phone video is due to be released this week. Also, in a response to some criticism regarding the release of the Technical Preview for phones, Aul affirmed that they might just release the video along with the build.

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The arrangement does makes sense. As the Microsoft and as well as the consumers would be receiving the optimum utilization with the release of the demonstration video along with the build. Interestingly, Aul also suggested that all this action could take place within this week.

As of now, we got to wait more patiently to see the phone build of the windows 10. There is still a long way to cover until its Requirements Trace Matrix (RTM) is completed. Microsoft might also release the public beta version when it feels that the OS stability is enough for consumer testing.

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Suresh
February 10, 2015 6:39 pm 6:39 PM

I’m waiting eagarly along with my lumia 920. More updates are good to close the features gap.

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