Report: Microsoft’s rumoured foldable Windows 10 device is definitely not coming this year

Microsoft Andromeda concept

The leaked email recently confirmed that
Microsoft is still working on a pocketable Surface device
Windows Core OS. While the previous suggested a 2018
reveal, Microsoft appears to have
delayed the release of rumoured Andromeda device.

Microsoft’s long rumoured Andromeda is definitely not
coming this year, according to sources familiar with the

Tom Warren from the Verge claims that Microsoft has delayed the
launch of foldable dual-screen Andromeda and it won’t launch
this year. The report adds that the foldable phone has been
delayed because “there’s no app ecosystem to support it.”

Microsoft Store that still lacks the apps and games most
smartphone and tablet users want to use, and if Microsoft
launches the device without a proper app store, it would result
in yet another failure.

It’s worth noting the rumoured Windows Core OS, a streamlined
version of Windows 10 which is supposed to be the base for the
Andromeda OS is not ready.

Microsoft enthusiasts have all been wanting to see the
company give mobile another shot after the failure of Windows
Phone and putting Andromeda to the drawing board wouldn’t be a
first for the company. Microsoft shelved dozens of products in
recent years such as the Lumia McLaren,
a bezel-less Windows Phone and Microsoft
Band 3.

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