Microsoft Windows 10 for Phones: Fresh Screenshots Surface, More Than 7 New Features Listed

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IN PHOTO: Microsoft Corp's Ashley Frank talks about Windows 10 at the annual shareholders' meeting in Bellevue, Washington December 3, 2014. Reuters/Jason Redmond

On March 13, the International Business Times had reported that leaked photos of a new Windows 10 for phones build have surfaced. Now, fresh photos of Windows 10 for phones have again surfaced and this time it reveals a more about its features.

The newer screenshots belong to Windows 10 for phones build 8.15.12521. Through the images (first released by Windows Mania), it can be seen that the developers have improved the user interface across different areas of the operating system, says Win Beta.

User Interface Improvements

The improvements that have been introduced on Windows 10 for phones are quite similar to the improvements that have been brought to the desktop version of Windows 10. According to an official post from Microsoft, the Windows 10 equipped with new compression system will use less space on desktops and phones.

LED Notifications

The new update will bring support for LED notifications. With the feature enabled, it will display alerts for phone update, and other apps.

Delete Microsoft Account Easily

Unlike before, the newer update will not require users to reset the account in order to delete Microsoft Account. The screenshot shows that deleting a Microsoft account will also mean that the apps associated with the account will also be deleted.

Microphone Control

A leaked Microphone settings image shows that users will be allow to choose which apps on the device can you use the microphone. The same feature is also available on Windows 10 for desktop, says WM Power User.

Individual Sync Settings

Windows 10 for desktops conveniently allows users to personalise the settings according to the desire of the user. The new Windows 10 for phones build will allow users individually customise theme, apps, browser settings and passwords.

Other Improvements

The new build also shows that it features new messaging and people apps. It will also allow users to conveniently import and export contacts from the SIM card, states Phone Arena.

What do you think about the new screenshots? Do they appear promising? Do let us know your views by posting comments.

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