The graphic and development outfit MAH Studio has created an amazing concept: a stunning Project NEON-powered Windows 10 Mobile that, unfortunately, we’re probably never going to see in reality.
Mohsen Seifi, a member of MAH Studio, made this idea available through a video showing the unique features of such a concept including contextual Cortana, face-tracked related images, a brand new widgets panel and more. The futuristic concept would boast fluid animations, three-finger task switching, and even a NEON-blur action center.
Only the future holds answers. Therefore, it remains to be seen whether Windows 10 Mobile will enjoy future improvements and development considering it is no longer on the Redstone 3 development branch.
Microsoft doesn’t want us to worry as it’s constantly saying that numbers are not that important, but things have come to such a state in which you can’t help but wonder if this is really the beginning of the end.
We can still hope that Build 2017 is going to bring us some straight answers. Meanwhile, it’s no harm in fantasizing just a bit about the many possibilities that something like Project NEON would offer to a phone running Windows 10 Mobile.
Project NEON could play an important role in the future of Windows 10 Mobile by bringing a possible incremental upgrade in its design. Creative minds from all over the world are already playing with this tool, and the results are often spectacular.
Nobody seems to know what Microsoft will bring to the platform. Who knows, maybe with a bit of luck, the tech giant could add some of these features to the final version of the OS. What do you think?
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