The folks over at WindowsMania.pl managed to get their hands on the Project Spartan browser running on a Windows Phone, and have provided some screenshots that are a hint of what's to come. Check them out in the gallery below:
One of the first things you'll notice and probably the biggest change from the current Windows Phone browsing experience is that the address bar has moved to the top of the screen. The screenshots also show off a section labeled "Hub" that appears to be the repository articles stored for offline reading.
Oh, and we'd be remiss if we didn't point out that, at least in its current implementation, the Spartan browser appears to be using ellipses rather than the oft-maligned hamburger button for menu access.
Overall, this is an interesting look at what we can expect from the Spartan browser in Windows 10 for phones. What do you guys think?
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