Windows 10 Mobile Build 10572 could be released shortly to the Fast Ring of Windows Insiders. Gabe Aul took to Twitter this morning to ask the Windows Insider community if he should release the current build as there is a caveat to the upgrade process. To upgrade to 10572, Windows Insiders would have to first reset their device back to Windows Phone 8.1.
Hey #WindowsInsiders, I have a poll for you this morning.
— Gabriel Aul (@GabeAul) October 20, 2015
However this new build might be worth the trouble of reseting back to 8.1 first because Gabe promises 10572 comes with new features, lots of bug fixes, and improved battery life. The latest build could be a significant upgrade as the previous build was widely reported to drain battery, especially the Windows 10 Cortana App.
Gabe also says that for those who don’t want to go through the hassle of downgrading to 8.1 and then upgrading to 10572, you can also choose to wait a few days for Build 10575, or possibly a newer build than that, which should resolve the upgrade issues.
You can vote on the release of 10572 here (provided that PollWithStraw holds up!).
Stay tuned to WinBeta for more Windows 10 Mobile news as we await a consensus by Windows Insiders to release the build.Further reading: build 10572, Microsoft, Windows 10 Mobile