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Windows Phone is not dead… Right? However, nowadays we see lots of stories under “Windows Phone is dead” headline on several tech related websites. We know that Windows Anniversary update aka Windows Redstone is very major update for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile. Windows Redstone for Windows 10 Mobile is being tested by Windows Insiders and Microsoft is expected to reveal Windows 10 Mobile’s Anniversary update in upcoming months.

According to the new report from Windows Central, Microsoft is relegated to Windows 10 Mobile for numerous years now, as stated by Terry Myerson in his email. Microsoft’s Terry Myerson has sent an email to several employees of Microsoft, in the email, the company stated:

I understand that you are hearing concerns from certain partners about Microsoft’s commitment to the mobile space.

Let me be very clear: We are committed to deliver Windows 10 on mobile devices with small screen running ARM processors.

We are currently in development of our next generation products and I wanted to reconfirm our commitment to Windows 10 Mobile. We believe in this product’s value to business customers and it is our intention to support the Windows 10 Mobile platform for many years. We have a device roadmap to support that from Microsoft as well as our OEM partners who will also be selling an expanded lineup of phone devices based on this platform.

The email clears that Microsoft’s Windows Phone OS is not dead and the company still has some plan for Windows 10 Mobile. We know that Microsoft is gearing to launch Surface Phone next year and it is supposed to be a game changed. After all, the time will tell us, how Microsoft performs in their new plans and directions.

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