Microsoft to Bring New Continuum Features in Upcoming Windows 10 Mobile Redstone Build
Microsoft reportedly prepares a new ‘Redstone’ update for Windows 10 Mobile. The new update should allegedly improve the Continuum feature in Windows 10, as well as bring the support for using touchscreen monitors with Microsoft’s new mobile operating system.
Additionally, the unconfirmed report claims that the new update will bring the support for 2K monitors, and improve some Continuum’s wireless features. However, none of these claims have been confirmed by Microsoft, so we cannot guarantee you that these features will indeed hit the operating system with the upcoming update.
New build or the RTM version?
If Microsoft indeed decides to bring this “Redstone” update to Windows 10 Mobile, this is going to be through another build for Windows 10 Mobile Preview. This wouldn’t be anything unusual about this update, if we didn’t know the recent rumors that are spreading around the internet.
Namely, some people believe that the current Windows 10 Mobile build will be the RTM version of the system. However, the same people also believe that Microsoft might actually release a few new builds before it releases the final version of the system, in order to fix the remaining bugs, so this new Redstone update for Windows 10 Mobile could fit into that story.
But, today we found out that Microsoft will maybe release the full version of the system on February 29th (if the claims found on Lumia Mexico Facebook page are true). So, why would the company release the new build for Windows 10 Preview just a couple of days before the general release?
All in all, these are just rumors, as Microsoft remained absolutely silent about the release of both the new build, or the RTM version of Windows 10 Mobile. Once Microsoft says something official, we’ll make sure to let you know.
So, which theory do you believe in? Will the next update for Windows 10 Mobile be just another preview build, or will Microsoft finally release the full version of the system? Tell us in the comments.
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