Some developers are porting Windows 10 running on the ARM platform to the current flagship Android smartphone along with the discontinued Windows Phone, and it looks like it’s doing well and the operating system is doing “better and better.” The ARM version of Windows 10 is designed to run on low-power ARM hardware (processor architecture).
Unlike Windows RT, it is a full version of the Windows 10 desktop operating system and has application simulation support to run desktop applications that are not compiled for the ARM processor architecture.
Developers have previously released ways to install Windows 10 ARM on Windows Phones (models such as the Lumia 950, 950 XL, etc.), and now they’re bringing Windows 10 ARM to some flagship Android smartphones. Although these efforts are still in their infancy. The developers also added the ACPI table with processor information to UEFI, trying to solve the most difficult problem with The battery life of Windows 10 ARM on the phone.
Typically, Windows 10 ARM is only available for Microsoft hardware, but after effort, the system can be installed on the OnePlus 6 and ported to Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S.