Windows 10 Mobile build 10136 may have just released to WIndows Insiders a week ago, but we're already getting a peek at what's coming down the line in future builds. Thanks to the folks at MSMobile.pl, some screenshots of Windows 10 Mobile build 10149 have leaked, revealing some minor tweaks and a welcome change in Microsoft Edge.
Perhaps the biggest change of note, and one that will make many Windows Phone fans happy, is that the address bar in the Microsoft Edge browser has been moved to the bottom of the screen. Edge also picked up an option for Mobile or Desktop view on webpages, along with a significant version bump to 19.10149.0.0.
Some other changes in build 10149 include new shortcuts for the flashlight and toggling data, an extra row of shortcuts in the action center, and some minor cosmetic changes on the start screen. MSMobile also notes that this build feels much more responsive than the current 10136 build as well.
While Microsoft has set a release date of July 29 for Windows 10, it's still unclear when we'll get a final version of Windows 10 Mobile. However, if MSMobile's impressions of this leaked build are anything to go by, it seems that things are certainly starting to shape up.
Source: MSMobile.pl Thanks for the tips, Joe and Michal!
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