Last week Microsoft started rolling out the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update to PCs in phases. On the other hand, Microsoft hasn’t revealed the release date of Windows 10 Mobile Fall Creators Update but the company confirmed that the update will be soon released for the supported Windows Phones.
The Fall Creators Update for Mobile was earlier expected to arrive by end of this month. Now it appears that Microsoft began rolling out the Windows 10 Mobile version of its Fall Creators Update in Finland on October 17. The company has also confirmed that the Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 Mobile will be released to open market in this week.
Microsoft’s Brandon LeBlanc has confirmed that Windows 10 Mobile Fall Creators Update will be available later this week. The Redmond giant has already advanced the Fall Creators Update for Mobile to the Release Preview Ring and we are now just a few hours away from the public release.
However, not all Windows Phones will be getting the Fall Creators Update. Last week we learned that Microsoft won’t be supporting the Lumia 640 and 640 XL anymore. Only selected Windows Phones are eligible for the Fall Creators Update, you can find the list of supported devices here.
The Fall Creators Update for Mobile is basically a cumulative update for the operating system with only bug fixes and improvements. One of the new features is the Continuum portrait mode, the other changes include new emojis and Microsoft Store icon.