Microsoft seems to gear up to be outfitting to roll out the Windows 10 Mobile OTA (over-the-air) upgrade to its gadgets after weeks, or rather months, of wait. It has developed that a couple of gadgets such as the Lumia 535, Lumia 635, Lumia 735 and a couple others will get the product in the following couple of days.
Windows 10 Mobile OTA Update For Lumia 535, 635, 735, 830, 930, and 1520 next week
Vodafone Italy has revealed the Windows 10 Mobile OTA update schedule for Microsoft Lumia gadgets, as per Windows Central. The report said that the product will be released to the Lumia 535, Lumia 635, Lumia 735, Lumia 830, Lumia 930 and Lumia 1520 next week, that is between March 7 and March 13.
The report didn’t notice the product update for different gadgets such as the Lumia 430, Lumia 535, Lumia 540, Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL that is qualified to get it. Microsoft has also confirmed that the Windows 10 Mobile update will go to every one of the Windows 8.0-based smartphones.
In any case, one needs to take the case of Vodafone Italy with a squeeze of salt as it can turn amiss with Microsoft yet to report the release schedule of the product. Microsoft Lumia Mexico as of late guaranteed on its Facebook that the Windows 10 Mobile upgrade would be taken off to some of its gadgets on Feb. 29, yet it didn’t happen, leaving Lumia clients disillusioned.
The second and more recent bit of news originates from tipster Evan Blass who also composes for VentureBeat. Blass notice that in an email to accomplices, Microsoft notice that the upgrade would touch base in March after the monthly service upgrades land on the Lumia 950 and 950 XL.
He also specified that the rollout would start inactively, and “that user should start it manually from their handsets”. Post the primary stage, Microsoft would start a take-off by OTA to eligible devices.
In Short, the take off is relied upon to happen in the coming weeks, yet there is no real way to confirm anything for the time being despite the fact that both sources appear to be connected through the email that was sent to accomplices. Ideally Microsoft puts out a blog post giving its users an overhaul about the same.