Xiaomi Mi4 seen running Windows Mobile in 5 minute video

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    The Windows 10 rumour for Mi4 has been airing for long. But its wasn't till last month that the project was officially confirmed by a Microsoft executive. And today a new video leak from China shows the Xiaomi Mi4 in full glory running Windows 10 Mobile build 10240, a preview version of the mobile OS that Microsoft released six weeks ago.

    Xiaomi Mi4 seen running Windows Mobile in 5 minute video

    A few weeks back Microsoft first announced their intentions of bringing their Windows 10 Mobile to Android in the form of a custom ROM. Since then, the Windows 10 Mobile has been made available in a limited beta form for some owners
    of the Xiaomi Mi 4, the test device for this venture.

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    The leaked five-minute video shows the Mi4 running on Windows 10 Mobile build 10240 performing various basic tasks such as navigating through the user interface, browsing through a few social networks such as Weibo and QQ, loading up web pages in the browser, or playing a game. From what is seems like having a ook at the video, the Windows 10 Build on the Mi4 is quite stable and responsive.

    Hiccups weren't expected from the Mi4 though considering the fact that the device boasts impeccable hardware. A Snapdragon 801 running Windows 10 Mobile should naturally be a breeze to use.

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    The Windows 10 Beta officially rolled out to Xiaomi Mi 4 owners back in June -but that was only to a handful of owners.

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