Microsoft has released Windows 10 Mobile Build 10166 as the latest preview build for Windows Insiders and we will cover the Build with screenshots and hands-on videos. But we already know many changes that this build brings over the last preview Build 10149, thanks to Emulator Build 10158 and Build
If you are one of Windows Insiders and running Windows 10 Mobile Build 10149, you can quickly check Store Beta for updates to some native apps. As can be seen in screenshots below Camera, Voice Recorder and Calculator have received updates on Windows 10 Mobile.
Camera has updated from version 5.38
Great news for Windows Insiders in the slow ring!! Microsoft has announced roll-out of Windows 10 Mobile Build 10149 to the Windows Insiders in slow ring or Insider Slow as it appears in the Windows Insider app. You need to go to Windows Insider app and reselect Insider Slow ring
So, here we are with a 16-minute long hands-on video of Windows 10 Mobile Build 10149. We have tried to cover nearly all the changes that Build 10149 brings with itself: listed or unlisted. Though there may be some changes that we couldn't cover. Do let us know in comments
While Digital Video stabilization arrived with Build 10136 on Windows 10 Mobile, it was not very effective and we didn't post a comparison. But with Build 10149, it has gone better and one can now easily notice the difference the video stabilization is able to impart. Here are four samples
Seems upcoming Lumia flagships may boast of one more awesome feature. As the above screenshot taken from Build 10149 reveals, with capable processor like Snapdragon 810 (that is supposed to do its duty on Lumia 940 XL) Lumias or other high-end Windows 10 Mobile smartphones may support super-fast data transfer
It seems a much-complained about yet non-existing feature will soon be here with a Windows 10 Mobile upcoming build. The native Windows 10 Mobile "Voice recorder" app may e able to support call recording with a future update. There are enough hints in Build 10149 to believe this.
If you are
Build 10149 finally brings the one-handed phablet use feature to more devices. While Microsoft claimed support for devices with display sizes equal to even 5-inch in Build 10136, it was not the case and only devices with display sizes of more than 5-inch like Lumia 1520 and Lumia 640 XL
Windows 10 Mobile Build 10149 is quite good and stable, perhaps the first build that we recommended getting on your main devices. The build has all the basic stuff going for it. Even the "Accounts" settings now has got the ability to handle and manage your MSA (Microsoft Account), back.
Time to move forward with our Build 10149 coverage!! As many of you have asked, we are sharing our first impressions of the build with you, but we must spent some more time before posting detailed impressions or review of the build.
Windows 10 Mobile Build 10149 first impressions:
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Windows 10 Mobile Build 10149 is already here for those in Insider Fast Ring and you will be able to install the update even if you are on Build 10080 or Build 10136. Read about our installation experience and known issues of Build 10149 here. Time to check the official
Windows 10 Mobile Build 10149 is here and if you are in Insider Fast ring you will be able to install the update even if you are on Build 10080 or Build 10136. But before you tap on "check for updates", you need to know these two things.
You need to