Windows 10 Mobile build 10534 screenshots leaked unveiling new changes

New screenshots of pre-release version of Windows 10 Mobile leaks onto the web showing minor changes.

Windows 10 Mobile

Windows 10 Mobile build 10534 screenshots allegedly leaked onto the internet unveiling the progress Microsoft is making with the upcoming version of its new mobile operating system. Although, the software giant has recently released a new build of Windows 10 for PCs to Insiders, the company hasn’t roll out a Windows 10 Mobile preview for quite a long time, but today the leaked screenshots show us the progress of build 10534.

The screenshots come from the popular Polish forum, WindowsMania.pl, and they show new developer options and changes to the network and SIM settings, among other few minor details. However, the images do not unveil any significant changes in the operating system.

Windows 10 build 10534 is likely to be an internal build, as such we’re not expecting this to be the next build number the company will release to Insiders.

Windows 10 mobile 10534
Windows 10 mobile 10534
Windows 10 mobile 10534 settings
Windows 10 mobile 10534 settings
Windows 10 mobile 10534 storage settings
Windows 10 mobile 10534 storage settings

Early this week, when Microsoft released Windows 10 build 10532 for PCs to Insiders, the company acknowledged that it hasn’t shipped a mobile preview for quite some time and promised that a new preview for smartphones is coming very soon.

Source WindowsMania via WinBeta

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