Not too long ago, we saw a leaked video detailing the Action Center on the upcoming Windows Phone 8.1, and how it will work.
Now, the same source, UnleashThePhones, have posted yet another video that demonstrates some of the features that are expected to be the part of the upcoming Windows Phone 8.1
The device shown in the video appears to be running a non-final build of the Windows Phone 8.1 OS, and it seems it will come with a speed dial option, improved calendar app, improved Internet Explorer with Data Sense and more, Battery Power Sense, improved Photos hub, improved storage managed which is now known as Storage Sense, improved Sync settings and much more. Here’s the video showing Windows Phone 8.1 running in all its glory:
Microsoft is expected to unveil the Windows Phone 8.1 at the Build Conference in April, with the general availability in the following months. The build shown in the video appears to be an early one as there’s no word of some of the features we heard will become a part of the upcoming OS, including the voice-assistant Cortana, and a few more.
Anyway, let’s just wait for Microsoft to make things official. We’ll update you as soon as we come across more information about the upcoming Windows Phone 8.1.
Source: UnleashThePhonesFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Top News