Yesterday Microsoft has release the latest version of Windows 10 Mobile, the Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 10152. Now this Build does not bring a lot of new features, since Microsoft did already mention a few weeks back that featurewise Windows 10 Mobile is almost finished, however of course there was still a lot of work to do, in order to make the operating system more stable and a more smooth experience. And that it exactly what Microsoft has done with the latest Windows 10 Mobile Build, made it a better experience on the phone. If you have installed the Windows Insider App on your phone the Build can be downloaded through the slow ring.
When the company said that Windows 10 Mobile is almost finished featurewise they did not excluded new features completely and if you have a look at the tweet from Jacob Rossi you might realize that there are indeed some features pending which we will be able to see in the next Windows 10 Mobile Build. Jacob Rossi is responsible for the new Microsoft Edge browser in Windows 10 Mobile and he is saying the following: “New Windows 10 preview for phones (build 10512) rolling out now – nothing big for Edge, but let’s chat again after the next flight ;-)”
New Windows 10 preview for phones (build 10512) rolling out now – nothing big for Edge, but let's chat again after the next flight 😉
— Jacob Rossi (@jacobrossi) August 12, 2015
Jacob has tweeted this shortly after Microsoft has officially announced the availability of the next Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build. When someone asked him about the date for the next Build he didn’t say anything specific so we can just wait until Microsoft publishes the next Build with the new features for the Windows 10 Mobile Build.
However there are really missing some important features in Microsoft Edge in current Builds, for example passwords and usernames are still not synced between your desktop and phone, downloads can not bee made in the background and there is also not Data Sense App for Microsoft Edge which we did already have for Internet Explorer on Windows Phone.
All we can do now is to pray for Microsoft that they release the next Build in a shorter time period then they have done it with the Build before. Feel free to drop me a comment below with your opinion on the Microsoft Edge Browser for Windows 10 Mobile and what you think is still missing in the browser. Stay tuned for more information on the current and future Windows 10 Mobile Builds.