Windows 10 will be reaching millions of users this month, but Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Team may be thinking of dropping one of their platforms soon: Windows 10 for Phones and Small Tablets.
Instead, Microsoft may focus on promoting Android devices with preinstalled Microsoft apps (but not forks - these would be Google Play Supported devices), while seeking a deal with Google for First Class Windows Apps. Google could, instead, push Chrome as the only way to get First Class Google Apps on Windows (courtesy of App Runtime for Chrome), so this is probably a wise move, given Chrome's obvious ambitions to become an OS-On-Top-of-Windows.
If true, this would be huge: Microsoft would be admitting utter defeat in the mobile platform market, and for all the money they can throw at getting their apps preinstalled, a future involving MS as a universal OS King would be an extremely remote possibility.
Do you think Microsoft should abandon pushing Windows 10 for mobile devices?