The new build of Windows 10 Mobile designed for Windows Insider will be released sometime this week, while the OS is expected to extend its latest update to a number of Lumia devices.
We remind you that Microsoft has announced its latest Windows 10 build for Windows Insider right after the event that was held on October 6, 2015, in New York. During this event, they’ve showcased the new Surface Pro 4 along with the Lumia 950, Lumia 950 XL and Lumia 550.
However, according to some reports, the American multinational technology company headquartered in Redmond has decided to postpone the rollout of the Windows 10 Mobile in order to fix several bug issues. Currently, the developers are working on the Windows 10 Mobile OS in order to ensure improved stability and reliability.
According to Gabriel Aul, a Windows Insider, the Windows 10 Mobile build 10559 has been tested by the company, but it’s not yet known if this version will be the one that will be released for various users this week. According to Softpedia, there is a chance that the Microsoft’s development team has structured a new build already and that the Windows Insiders will receive it this week.
According to Windows Central, Windows 10 Mobile build for Windows Insider will truly be released this week. This was also confirmed by Aul in a tweet, where he answered to a fan that the Windows 10 Mobile OS is looking very good and that they have a build that they’ve been stabilizing.
If you own a smartphone that runs on Windows 8 or Windows 8.1, you will be able to upgrade it to Windows 10 at no cost.
Have you joined the Windows Insider program? Will you update your Windows Phone to Windows 10 Mobile?