Whatever your opinion of China is you have to admit that the country is a goldmine for leaks. Most of the leaks that we’ve gotten about Windows 10 have come from China and the latest such leaks claim to have more screenshots of the mobile version of Microsoft’s upcoming operating system that show off some previously unseen features.
While we got an early look at Windows 10 running on phones during Microsoft’s press event last month, we weren’t allowed to explore the operating system fully. That’s about to change soon with the release of a Technical Preview of Windows 10 for phones, but for now we’re starting to learn of a few new features that are coming, thanks to leaked screenshots. Chinese site ITHome has posted a number of screenshots from the early Technical Preview. The first obvious addition is the inclusion of a new audio recording app. Windows Phone 8 used to achieve this by storing audio clips directly in OneNote, but this wasn’t ideal and the recordings were often heavily compressed.