In a short statement to Softpedia, Microsoft has confirmed that “the initial update will be for desktop, but other versions will be available thereafter.” However, the wait for the Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update might not be very significant.
The last time Microsoft released a major update, it rolled it out to PCs first, then to Windows 10 Mobile. Back in the summer of 2016, Microsoft started rolling out the Anniversary Update to Windows 10 Mobile two weeks after releasing it to PC.
Work on the Creators Update is expected to be finalized as soon as this month, with Insiders obviously getting the RTM (Release To Manufacturing) build first. Retail users should get the Creators Update in April.
Creators Update for Windows 10 Mobile
So far, Microsoft has provided a glimpse of what's to come along with the Creators Update for Windows 10 Mobile. Here is a list of changes expected to arrive with the Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update:
Other expected features include the ability to lock your phone while still using Continuum for Phones, WiFi improvements, Edge improvements, and much more.