Windows 10 Mobile Redstone update to bring call audio routing option
According to some leaked screenshots of Windows 10 Mobile Redstone, the upcoming operating system will come with a Call Audio Routing option. In other words, a call’s audio can be controlled automatically or directly through a Bluetooth device if it is connected to the phone or phone speaker. In addition, the new OS will feature a new option allowing it to automatically turn on its speaker when it’s phone moved away from the ear during a call. This new option is quite useful, especially when you are driving. The screenshots were published by MSWin.me and it seems they’re from an unreleased Windows 10 Mobile OS version. Both the new operating system along with its new options are expected to be released for users participating in the Windows Insider program, with a final release expected this summer.
These two features remind us of the Gesture app that Microsoft released for Windows Phone 8.1, the one that was eventually removed by developers when work started on Windows 10 Mobile OS. Microsoft had said that it would include these features in Windows 10 Mobile OS upon release but this never happened, disappointing many Windows 10 Mobile fans. It seems that the Windows 10 Mobile Redstone update will finally bring these two features originally available in the Gesture App.
Microsoft hasn’t said anything yet about the leaked photos but according to reports, they are legit and we should expect to see these features in the upcoming Windows 10 Mobile OS Redstone update.
What are your thoughts about the two new features to be added to the Windows 10 Mobile?
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