Windows 10 Mobile build 10136 may release to Insiders during the third week of June

Windows 10 build 10136 is currently in the OSG Slow ring and Insiders may be getting the build as soon as next week.

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Microsoft’s head of the Windows Insider program, Gabriel Aul, has revealed that the company is working on Windows 10 Mobile build 10136 in the OSG Slow ring and it’s preparing to roll out the new build to Insiders.

While a few days back we heard of Windows 10 Mobile build 10134 to be among the candidates to be the next public testing release, the software maker confirmed that a bug upgrading devices was stopping them from pushing the new build to beta testers.

However, today the word from Gabriel Aul says that Windows Insiders are soon to finally get a new build for their phones. According to the head of the Insider program, the company still needs a few days before deciding to make the call and roll out the new build.

Although, the software giant isn’t detailing the new features and enhancements coming in build 10136, we can assume that it will align closely to the changes included in build 10134, which we have already seen in action on a previous video.

This is the final stretch, now it appears that testers will finally get a new build as soon as next week. Microsoft released the last build 10080 on May 14th, which is close to a month ago, but a particular bug caused the company to only release the build to the Fast ring of updates making build 9941 the only “stable” version of the operating system.

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