We are getting pretty close to the official release of the first handsets running Windows 10 Mobile out-of-the-box along with the official RTM release of OS expected early in December. Though it seems there’s still quite a lot of changes we can expect in the future as software upgrades over the next few years, according to Windows Insider Chief Gabe Aul.
The Windows maker has of course given us a few glimpses of the new features we can expect in the future, for instance, there’ll be more interactive Live Tiles. Though we’d certainly prefer the company taking a rather strong stand in terms of UX/UI changes, given what we’ve seen with Windows 10 Mobile preview builds so far. For now, it more or less looks like a slight extension of Windows Phone 8.1, thanks to the wireframe icons.
Meanwhile, Microsoft announced last week they’ll be releasing a new Windows 10 Mobile build to Insiders early this week with build number 10575. It’ll essentially be a follow up of the build number 10572, though it’ll offer Insiders a direct upgrade path implying that anyone can get it via a phone update on the Fast Ring.
In addition, there’s also a lot happening when it comes to the PC version of Windows 10 as well. The next major update for the PC version of the Windows 10 codenamed Threshold 2 will reportedly be rolling out early in November. Moreover, the company has also reportedly started working on the first major update for Windows 10 PCs codenamed Redstone, which supposedly will be a massive update.