With Windows Phone 8.1 just days away from being announced, the floodgates are starting to open for leaks about Microsoft’s new major OS update. This morning, Chinese site CoolXAp.com have managed to get their hands on a Nokia Lumia 630 and posted the above video showing off the OS.
The video shows:
- Virtual navigation keys.
- Action center
- New Podcast app
- New FM Radio app, pulled out of Music hub
- Video and Music Xbox apps separated into two apps
- New Store layout, as we recently reported
- IE changes, including new Tab section, private tabs
- IE tabs are displayed in multitask view
- Pull down to close apps in multitask
- New stock Photos app, with sections All, Albums, Favorites now on separate panels
- New stock camera layout
- Apps that are installed on the device: Storage Sense, Battery Sense, Data Sense
CoolXap.com have posted another video from their captured Nokia Lumia 630.
This video shows the process of Start Screen customization, in particular background images.
The video shows that users will be able to crop pictures from their own library, meaning they will not be stuck will a small collection of pre-selected images, which can of course be both a good and a bad thing.