While Windows 10 Mobile won't be shipping before the fall, the latest builds already leaked out in the form of numerous screenshots and even videos, set for your viewing pleasure. Just like with the latest Win 10 preview build, in the newest Windows 10 Mobile screenshots, we are seeing Microsoft's Project Spartan browser acquire its retail name - Edge - and its address bar has been moved to the bottom. This was one of the highly requested features, and Microsoft has delivered. The Quick Actions menu has received a number of toggles like Flashlight, Cellular, Note, and Battery Saver, while the said battery-saving app is now laden with individual app options.
There are also a number of small interface updates, such as the voicemail and messaging icons overhaul and the quick select menu of the apps list, along with numerous under-the-hood improvements for speed and stability that are beginning to resemble much more a finished version. If you want to preview how such a polished retail version might end up looking like, look no further than this Windows 10 Mobile concept screenshots below, which have been inspired by the latest preview builds. Designed by Brazilian graphics artist Robson Jobs, they depict all the interface novelties mentioned so far, and throw in some of the potential looks that might wiggle their way into it when the new Lumias eventually hit in the fall.