Windows 10 Mobile build 10134 first hands-on video appears on the web

New video highlights new features and improvements in Windows 10 Mobile build 10134.

While Microsoft recently said that Windows 10 Mobile build 10134 is among the good candidates to roll out to Insiders, we still waiting for the company to actually announce any new build for mobile devices.

Even though today isn’t the day that Windows Insiders will get a new version of Windows 10 Mobile, a new video has emerged onto the web highlighting the new features of build 10134.

The video, which is in Chinese but with closed captions, shows a Lumia 830 running Windows 10 Mobile build 10127 next to a Lumia 720T running the newly build 10134. Among the new changes, we can spot:

  • All apps “jump” buttons to go directly to the letter with the list of apps, similar to Windows 10, and now are letters are all caps instead of lowercase
  • New search box at the top of All apps
  • Swipe gestures now work in apps letting users move between screens in these apps, instead of having to push a button to switch
  • Split-view Settings hub when screen is in landscape on high-resolution displays with a similar layout to the Settings app in Windows 10

Then the video also shows Windows 10 build 10134 for phones running on a Verizon Lumia 822, which seems to running very smooth featuring a 1GB of RAM and only a dual-core Snapdragon S4 Plus processor.

Compared to the current build 10080, the Windows Store beta seems to have been improved. In addition, build 10134 appears to be a more stable build with fewer bugs and relatively good to a build that can be used in the daily basis.

Source WindowsCentral YouTube (Tudou) via Neowin

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