After once again separating Windows 10 Mobile development from the main development branch of Windows 10, Microsoft hasn't clearly stated its future plans for the mobile OS, leaving most of its users concerned. During the Windows Insider monthly webcast on Microsoft Mixer, company employees shared a bit of information about current plans for the platform.
According to their comments, the company has no current plans to merge OS development again, meaning Windows 10 Mobile will stay in the feature2 branch for a long time. As many have noticed, this branch is only used to deliver bug fixes and other performance and experience related updates. Since its introduction, no new features were delivered with Insider builds.
One of the employees also confirmed that the Night Light feature, which is added in Windows 10 to reduce eye strain at night won't be coming to Windows 10 Mobile in the near future.
Microsoft is working on another Windows 10 Mobile development reboot internally, aiming to bring the full version of Windows 10, but with an adaptable shell to mobile devices. Sadly, the current existing devices will most certainly not get it.