Windows 10 Mobile news recap: build 10512 released

At the start of last week, we learned that Kazam won’t be upgrading their existing lineup of Windows Phone devices to Windows 10 Mobile. Kazam is a UK-based phone manufacturer founded in 2013 with the goal of innovating in areas where “others” have overlooked.

Microsoft finally rolled out a new Windows 10 Mobile build to Windows Insiders this past week. Build 10512 comes with a host of new improvements — having fixed more than 2000 bugs since the previous build (10166). Microsoft even admitted that they still have a ways to go with Windows 10 Mobile before releasing the operating system. You can watch our hands-on demo of the new build below.

While the promise of Android apps being ported to Windows 10 Mobile using Project Astoria is alluring, some users want the entire Google Play Store inside of their Windows 10 Mobile device, or at least want to prove that it’s possible. That’s exactly what polish hacker Karov_mm is claiming he’s managed to do. You can read more about that here.

Stay tuned for yet another exciting week of Windows 10 Mobile news!

 

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