More images of Windows 10 for phones show up online

Following the leak of screenshots of the Spartan browser on Windows 10 on phones earlier today, several more images have leaked onto the web, courtesy of ITHome. These images showcase the new browser as well as some settings, a new smart dialer, and the ability to integrate third-party apps with the phone's OS to block and filter unwanted spam.

The multi-tasking screen has been slightly modified and support for multiple languages with the keyboard also seem to have been improved. The newly leaked images seem to follow the design observed in the previously alleged leaked images of Preview Build 10038.12518 and the rather strangely named build 8.15.12521, so there's quite a high probability that these images are in fact real. If fake, then someone has gone a long way to put these together.

Unfortunately, we do not know when the next preview build will be released to Windows Insiders, but Microsoft has confirmed that whenever that happens, it’ll roll out to additional devices. At its WinHEC conference, Microsoft detailed its plan to "delight users" by releasing faster updates to Windows 10 for phones, and with a commercial release for both Windows 10 on desktop and phone around the corner, it will be quite interesting to see if the company does release faster updates to users.

You can check out the gallery below and let us know in the comments if you spot any additional changes.

Source: ITHome via WMPoweruser

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