It hasn’t even been a week since Greg Sullivan, Microsoft’s communications director for devices, revealed that Windows 10 Mobile will be getting more attention from Redmond’s engineers as soon as early to mid July, and now we are starting to see more Windows 10 Mobile builds being leaked.
Yesterday, Zac reported on leaked screenshots of Windows 10 Mobile build 10149 showing off a much requested change to the layout of the new Microsoft Edge browser. And today, Neowin spotted a video of unreleased build 10151:
The brief video quickly demonstrates a new animation for the opening of apps, and while there is no new features or content shown in the video it does show that Microsoft is considering different user experiences through the interface for the new mobile OS. The build also shows a quick scrolling through the settings which seems to run smoothly, possibly indicating future builds will be more stable.
Hopefully, more of these interface tweaks will be making their way to Windows Insiders soon so the community can start contributing to the refinement of the mobile OS, much like the progress so far in the desktop’s OS.Further reading: build 10151, Microsoft, Neowin, Windows 10 Mobile