Back in April, Microsoft started rolling out the Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update to supported devices. The update had some improvement while no major changes were introduced. After the release of Creators Update, Microsoft started testing the next update for Windows 10 Mobile with the Windows Insiders.
The Redmond-based Microsoft surprised everyone when they separated Windows 10 Mobile from the development branch and started testing the Andromeda OS. Microsoft has seperated Windows 10 Mobile from the development but they have released several preview updates from the new feature2 branch.
Only disadvantage of the feature2 branch is that no new major improvements will be introduced. Microsoft is going to address the feature2 update as the Fall Creators Update for Mobile. After releasing the update to PCs and Tablets, Microsoft will push the Fall Creators Update to supported Windows Phones. It appears that the update is not ready for the general public release yet.
Microsoft’s Brandon LeBlanc confirmed that more builds will be released to Windows 10 Mobile devices for the Windows Insiders. The company hasn’t finalised build 15245 as the RTM candidate for Windows 10 Mobile Fall Creators Update.
The upcoming builds for Windows 10 Mobile is likely to include only bug fixes and improvements as Microsoft will prepare the updated OS for the
general public release. Just a few days ago, the company also confirmed that the Fall Creators Update will be released to Windows Phones but currently there is no ETA.