On this episode of #AskDanWindows I take your questions on Windows Core OS and when to expect it from Microsoft; can Intel catch up to Qualcomm's "instant on-ness;" and (again) will Microsoft release an Android-based smartphone?
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Audience questions for episode 56
Will Microsoft release an Android-based smartphone? — @Ashmad1411
Do you think someday there could be an 'Always On' Windows 10 device with an Intel processor? Or will it always be an ARM thing? — @IvoFajardo
As Microsoft is not using UWP in most of their new products, what do you think will be the future for WCOS? — @prashbajpai1273
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