Microsoft is expected to release the Windows 10 Anniversary Update later this summer PC, Xbox One and it’s mobile products. It appears that Microsoft has decided to change the requirements for the upcoming Anniversary update, listing more screen sizes for both mobile devices and desktops.
As the requirements listed on the company’s support page (via NPU), Windows 10 Mobile devices up to 9 inches will now work with the upcoming update, up from 7.99-inches previously. For desktops, the screen size can be as low as 7-inch compared to 8-inches before.
Windows 10 products need at least 2GB of RAM up from 1GB, 16GB of internal storage for the 32-bit version, and 20GB if they use the 64-bit version. The Windows 10 Mobile should come with auto-flash feature in order to run the Anniversary update on the devices.