Windows 10 Mobile is Popular Among Tablet OEMs

Microsoft developed Windows 10 Mobile targeting the smartphones, but its minimum set of requirements is attracting more and more tablet OEMs every day. In fact, Lenovo is expected to launch one very soon.

Earlier, Microsoft had announced Lenovo plans of introducing a Windows 10 Mobile smartphone but it seems that the Chinese manufacturer has retracted on its decision and plan to introduce a Windows 10 Mobile tablet instead. The tablet in question has already been leaked on a Chinese website, ITHome.

Not much is known about the tablet but a look at the image, confirms a 7-inch tablet. Also, one can see the presence of front-facing camera placed above the display, and with Lenovo branding in the top left corner. There is a windows logo on the bottom which shall indicate the presence of capacitive home/start key for Windows 10 Mobile OS.

It’s not just Lenovo embracing the Windows 10 Mobile, even Alcatel will offer very capable Pixi 3 tablet, which was last seen at CES 2016. As far as the specs are concerned, Alcatel Pixi 3 tablet comes with an 8-inch display powered by 1.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 810 processor and 1 Gig of RAM. Internal storage stands at 8 GB. It will be available in two color variants as you can see below

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In fact, Microsoft wants the OEMs to take the OS forward, be it in terms of phones or tablets for that matter. The Redmond giant has also published some guidelines to assist OEMs in developing devices that perfectly suit the OS.

Let’s hope that Windows 10 Mobile reaches its full potential with support from Microsoft’s partners for the betterment of all.