Windows 10 Mobile 10149

On 23th June, Gabriel Aul confirmed there are good candidates [buidls] for PC and Phone.

@j1cordingley @AndreAramis254 We have candidates for both PC and phone builds that look promising. Reviewing issues and deciding soon.

— Gabriel Aul (@GabeAul) June 23, 2015

While no new builds are released, screenshots of Windows 10 Mobile 10149 leaked.
These screenshots show a number of different changes and improvements throughout. Like on PC builds, we saw that 10147 browser, Project Spartan, was re-branded to Edge alongside a new logo. The same is visible on this build for Mobile. Also, finally, the Edge on phones got the address bar on the bottom side of screen. More than a new position for the adress bar, it also gain new functionalities. It has gained a button where you can quickly access your tabs. Like Windows Phone 8.1, you will mostly likely be able to change this to the functionality of your liking. The other buttons, ‘Hub’ and ‘Share’ are still available under the ellipsiss menu.

There are several minor changes as well:

  • Messaging app icon has changed, removed ‘smiley’ face (apps menu only)
  • UI of the “quick select” menu on the “All Apps” screen has changed to be more consistent with the rest of the OS
  • There is now Flashlight, Cellular, Note, and Battery Saver buttons in the “Quick Actions” menu
  • Text changes in the ‘Volume’ menu
  • More app specific options in Battery Saver
  • Voicemail has moved to the bottom bar in the Phone app
  • Ability to have draft texts in the Messaging app
  • The new build is reportedly also much more stable and fluid than the current one
Windows Insiders got Windows 10 Mobile build 10136 just over ten days ago, but the next build, whatever number it might be, is gearing up to be a pretty exciting one.