While Windows 10 Mobile wasn't the main focus of Build 2016, Microsoft did show how its Continuum feature can be used with Windows 10 UWP apps to allow smartphones to work like a PC when connected to a big screen monitor or TV.

Microsoft posted a recording of the Continuum panel on its Channel 9 site, showing off upcoming features like game controller support for Windows 10 UWP games that we went hands-on with during Build this week. It also shows off the NexDock, the laptop-like dummy terminal that can also connect to Windows 10 Mobile, via Continuum. We got a chance to check that out this week as well.