Alcatel France has today confirmed that it's planning to bring it's highly requested Idol 4s with Windows 10 to more markets. As of right now, the Idol 4s with Windows 10 is available only in the United States, and is currently a carrier-exclusive phone for T-Mobile.
The Idol 4s with Windows 10 is one of the most most powerful Windows 10 Mobile handsets on the market right now, trailing behind the HP Elite x3. Alcatel have build an excellent device with the Idol 4s, bringing a premium design to Windows 10 Mobile along with VR support and more.
Vous avez été nombreux à nous interroger sur l'IDOL 4S Windows 10. Good news : quelques pays en Europe (France 😀) vont l'avoir ! #staytuned— alcatel mobile FR (@alcatelmobileFR) 13 December 2016
It's also worth noting that Microsoft recently updated the Windows Device Recovery Tool with support for an Alcatel Idol 4s with Windows 10 for open-markets, furthing confirming plans to bring this device to more markets. This is great news for Windows phone fans across the globe who are still waiting for a good, consumer-friendly replacement to the Lumia 950.
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