Microsoft’s Brandon LeBlanc and Jason Howard recently confirmed that Windows 10 Mobile Insider Program will continue and the new builds will still be released for the operating system. New builds for Windows 10 Mobile will include minor bug fixes and it will be from the same feature2 branch.
Last week, Microsoft resumed the Windows Insider program for Windows 10 PCs and released a new build from the Redstone 4 branch. Now it appears that a new build for Windows 10 Mobile could be released later this week. As reported by BuildFeed, Microsoft has finally compiled Windows 10 Mobile Build 15400 and again it is from the feature2 branch.
Joe Belfiore, the Corporate Vice President in the Operating Systems Group at Microsoft recently revealed that Windows 10 Mobile is no longer the company’s focus, meaning that Microsoft won’t release new features or hardware for the operating system.
“Of course we’ll continue to support the platform.. bug fixes, security updates, etc. But building new features/hw aren’t the focus,” Belfiore tweeted.
Microsoft tried to push its Windows Phone platform but nothing worked in the company’s focus. Microsoft is, however, going to support the platform until the end of 2019 with security fixes and minor improvements. Moving forward the new builds for Windows 10 Mobile will be only released to the device with Fall Creators Update.