More screenshots of the upcoming Windows 10 for phones build leaked

Some screenshots of the upcoming windows 10 for phones build shows up

Windows 10 for phones is available in the form of a technical preview for Windows Insiders albeit on a limited number of devices. Microsoft did confirm the next build for Windows 10 for phones technical preview will bring support for more devices. Unfortunately, we don't know how long will it take at the moment, but judging by the leaks we've seen in the past few days, there's a possibility that Microsoft may release the new build in the near future.

Not too long ago, a handful of screenshots, surfacing from Chinese shores, showed off a new build for Windows 10 for phones as well as some of the features it will introduce. Firstly, the leaked screenshots show the Spartan browser for Windows 10 phones. This is not the first time though as we saw some leaked screenshots of the new browser for phones a few days back, as well as official images from Microsoft.

Some screenshots of the upcoming windows 10 for phones build shows up

Furthermore, it seems users will be able to integrate third-party apps to set up call and SMS filters, and block unwanted notifications as shown in one of the images below. Other apparent features includes an improved multitasking manager, better smart dialing in the dialer, ability to select the apps which can access the microphone, improved support for multiple languages in the keyboard, and lots more. You can check out the complete set of leaked screenshots at the source link below.

Some screenshots of the upcoming windows 10 for phones build shows up

The folks at ITHome have been a good source of information when it comes to Windows 10 for phones, and were also behind some of the leaked screenshots for the Windows 10 for phones preview build 10038.12518. In case you haven't noticed, the design cues in the recent images do resemble the previous leaked screenshots of the 10038 build, however slightly.

We're not sure when the latest build will roll out to Windows Insiders, but as soon as it happens, we'll update you. Let us know what you think of the screenshots in the comments below, and stay tuned to WinBeta for more.

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