WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. (NYSE: MSFT), a Washington-based company, said it will finally put Windows 10 Mobile, the smart device, on the market in December.
CNN reported that Microsoft has updated the support page for Windows 10 Mobile, which means the company will not support the troubled operating system in the future.
"As of December 10, 2019, the company will announce that it will no longer support this system, which was previously called Windows Phones."
"Suspending Microsoft's support system means users will not receive technical and security upgrades and free support, and advised users to go to Android and OOS," the channel said.
"Our mission now is to make our applications capable of supporting both systems in advance and adapting modern equipment."
For two years, Microsoft founder Bill Gates has been using an Android phone, he said.