All Windows Phone 8 Lumia devices to receive Windows 10

If you are using Windows Phone 8 Lumia devices and wondering whether you will get the next big update of the OS or not, here’s the good news. Microsoft confirms to few consumers over Twitter about availability of Windows 10 in future updates.


That’s definitely a good news for the consumers using Windows Phone 8 Lumia devices and everyone will get a big relief.



While Microsoft is working on building Windows 10 and pushing multiple releases to the consumers as part of Windows Insider program, the official twitter handle @lumia recently confirms about Windows 10 for phone devices too. Earlier Microsoft mentioned about one OS across all it’s devices, there was news about new phone devices with Windows 10 but what about existing WP8.x users?


In the past we already noticed that there was no upgrade path set to Windows Phone 7.x users to get the bits of Windows Phone 8, thus currently running WP8.x users were wondering about future updates with Windows 10 in their devices. So, this cloud has been removed by @lumia twitter handle. According to them, all Windows Phone 8.x Lumia devices will get Windows 10 in their phone devices in future. Here you can find the tweets:


There will be Windows 10 upgrades for all Lumia Windows Phone 8 devices and we will release new Windows 10 models in the future

We aim to get all Windows Phone 8 devices on to Windows 10

Windows 10 will come to all Windows Phone 8 devices in the future


Though it is confirmed about Lumia devices, but not yet cleared about non-Lumia devices. Also the expected release dates are not yet available. Till that time, just relax ensuring you will get Windows 10 updates if you are using WP8 device.

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