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Interesting Windows 10 Mobile Concept: Parallel

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Windows 10 Mobile has made a great progress since the first technical preview was released back in 2015. No, I am not talking about the apps, but the aesthetics of the platform whether it is the improved live tiles space or actionable toast notifications or the simple customization of the lock-screen/start-screen.

Although, the team at Microsoft is listening to the feedback keenly via Insider Program, still it didn’t meet the aspirations and hopes of many die-hard fans around the globe.

In honor of their hopes and dreams, Dohyun Harry Kim (boxnwhisker) has come up with a nice design concept calling it Windows 10 Mobile Parallel, which has received a lot of praise among the mobile community, so far, with a little disagreement as well.

Take a look at the video below where he has highlighted a number of things like split-screen multitasking, task manager, tile context menu, landscape mode, visual web page scrolling in Edge browser, multiple start screens,  3D tile flip and more.

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ttnTa3q_Ki4]

For the graphics, you can visit the gallery on behance

Let us know what do you think of these concept features coming to the real world. Hit the comments below.

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Shafat Ahmad
Shafat has more than 5 years of Tech journalism experience. He likes to write about latest Tech and Gadgets. He is a proud Lumia 950 owner and Windows fan. He has been covering Tech and Gadget news on other well-known Tech sites WinCentral and GadgetOx since long. He loves to code and is a proficient developer. Write to him at Email: [email protected]
  • Nice. Is first normal concept. Someone was sent that to Dona?

  • Jay Teare

    yep.. that’s nice. love the drop down menu and side swipe options.

  • Didier

    Love that concept. Let’s hope all of it or at least most of it comes to us one day

  • M Rankin

    pretty good over all

  • Marco Morzenti

    “Windows Sailfish” OS? Very good!

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