Windows 10 Mobile build 10512 screenshots leak unveiling a near complete product

New screenshots of Windows 10 Mobile build 10512 surfaced onto the internet ahead of the Microsoft roll out to Insiders.

Windows 10 Mobile build 10512

As Microsoft prepares to roll out a new build of its mobile operating system to Insiders, new screenshots of Windows 10 Mobile build 10512 from the TH2_RELEASE branch leaked onto the web.

The new screenshots come from China and they don’t show any significant changes, as Windows 10 Mobile is almost complete and Microsoft has already lock-down all the features at this point.

Although, it’s unclear if build 10512 will be the version Insiders will be getting on August 11th, Gabriel Aul, head of the Microsoft’s Windows Insider Program, revealed on Twitter that a new Windows 10 Mobile build (in the 105xx) will be available very soon.

Whatever the build number, it will represent a major update from build 10166, which the company rolled out over a month ago.

Below you’ll see the screenshots from Windows 10 Mobile build 10512 from China’s Tieba forums:

Windows 10 Mobile build 10512: Start screen, search, Edge

As you can see in the image above, no new changes are included, but as like on every new build the company releases, we can expect a number of changes under-the-hood to improve the operating system and many bug fixes.

Windows 10 Mobile build 10512 leak

Microsoft is planning to officially launch Windows 10 Mobile in September and it’s likely that we won’t see any new changes until after the public release.

Source Tieba via WinBeta, Windows Central

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