Earlier this month, Microsoft introduced a number of budget-friendly Windows Phone devices, including the Lumia 532 and Lumia 435, offering a decent set of specifications at an extremely affordable price tag. Recently, an interesting discovery was made about the Lumia 532, that is, it's Windows 10 ready.
Head over to Google or Bing, and search for the Lumia 532, you'll notice the description under Microsoft's official product page for the handset lists it as "Windows 10 ready." It says, "Windows 10 ready, the Lumia 532 smartphone is capable of running mobile games with its Snapdragon processor. Skype, OneDrive, Office and more."
Now, the question is: could it be name Microsoft will choose for its upcoming operating system for smartphones? It's quite possible. Secondly, it's kind of reassuring that even the low end devices from the Redmond-based company will be able to run the upcoming operating system -- unlike Windows Phone 8 which ditched all the WP7 devices.
Microsoft has scheduled an event tomorrow where the company will unveil its plans for its upcoming Windows 10 operating system for smartphones and desktops. Stay tuned to WinBeta as we'll offer you live coverage for the event tomorrow.