Windows 10 mobile is the version of Windows 10 that is expected to work on Windows Phones and smaller Windows tablets running ARM and most likely Intel processors, sources have been saying for a while.
Over the weekend, Microsoft made available in the Windows Phone Store a "Phone Insider" application. Currently, that application is restricted for use by Microsoft employees only, but many of us Microsoft watchers are expecting the company to use this application as an aid for discovering the upcoming Windows 10 mobile preview builds.
"The Phone Insider application provides registered Windows Insiders the ability to receive pre-release OS updates on their phone, directly from Microsoft. For more information about registering and becoming a Windows Insider visit "="" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer nofollow">http://insider.windows.com."
Microsoft officials have not provided an agenda or any information on what the company will showcase on January 21. Officials have said to expect Microsoft to live stream the morning keynote, but have not yet provided details on where/when that keynote will be available.