Microsoft delayed the release of a new Windows 10 Mobile build last week because of a last-minute bug, and the company promised to launch it this week as soon as the issues are being fixed.
And despite the fact that the Windows team decided to hold back the release of a new Windows 10 build for PCs, Gabe Aul, head of the Windows Insider program, has said that launching a mobile version is still very likely, explaining that it should land sometime this week.
He hasn’t provided any information aside from the fact that it could be build 14322, as this particular version is currently being evaluated internally to decide whether it can be pushed to the fast ring or not.
New features in this build
Screenshots that have gotten leaked in the last few days have revealed some of the improvements coming in this build, as Microsoft is trying to bring it in line with the latest versions released for PCs.