Microsoft is working on a mobile OS that will “replace” Windows 10, according to a report in The New York Times.
The article says that the company has a “long-term strategy” to bring Windows 10 to mobile devices.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella previously told the Times that the new OS will “become the next big mobile OS” but that he did not know if that would be for Windows Phone or another platform.
The Times report also mentions that Microsoft is partnering with a number of mobile OEMs to make Windows 10 compatible with the iPhone.
Nokia has also been working on an Android-based mobile OS.
Microsoft recently unveiled a smartphone called Windows 10 Mobile, but the handset was not released until January.
Microsoft also recently unveiled its Surface tablet, which is expected to arrive in the second half of 2018.