Microsoft is said to be working on Windows 10 Mobile ROMs for a handful of new Android-powered smartphones. It's believed the company will release software for the OnePlus 2, OnePlus 3 and Xiaomi Mi5. With Microsoft releasing a ROM for owners of the Xiaomi Mi4 last year (pictured above), it's certainly possible the company may plan to get Windows on more handsets.
Word came from Weibo where it was confirmed that plans are in place for aforementioned handsets to have a Windows 10 Mobile ROM released. Interestingly, we're still waiting for Microsoft to roll out the public release of Windows 10 Mobile for existing Windows Phones, but moves like this will certainly allow the company to have Windows 10 running on more hardware than what's offered by platform partners.
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