Yes, we know, it’s been almost a month since Microsoft launched a new build for Windows 10 Mobile. It makes all the sense in the world though as the company had all its major players focused on launching the desktop version of Windows 10 to the masses. Now that all that is set and done, Microsoft responds with a major leap.
Windows 10 Mobile grows up from build 10166 to build 10512 as of today for those insiders on the fast ring. The amount of changes in features isn’t as large as the company’s focus making things work. Previous rumors claimed that this build will be mostly about stability, something rather urgent on Windows 10 Mobile at the moment. What does make this build important is that it will apparently be from the newer TH2 (Threshold 2) development branch, meaning that it’ll set the mobile OS on par with the desktop version, and leaving it ready for an RTM build.
Microsoft is rumored to have this launch ready for consumers sometime in September, possibly at IFA. We’ll follow up whenever this build lands.
Via: Windows Central
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