Time for some Project Spartan on Windows 10 for Phones action. Microsoft probably was planning to launch the next preview build of its new mobile OS, but a few new images are here.

These leaked screenshots show the Spartan browser running on Windows 10 for Phones.

Publisher over at a [Only registered and activated users can see links. ], the images show a few new things — one, that the search bar now resides at the bottom, while the address bar stays where it belongs, at the top of the screen. Articles stored for offline reading are now in a new tab, called Hub.

See for yourself:

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Interestingly, the controversial hamburger menu is nowhere to found in these new images, hinting that Microsoft may actually change whether it is included or not in the final build.

One thing plain evident from these new images is that, the browser is designed to be easily adaptive, depending on the platform it is running on. Redmond has promised to provide a similar level of browser experience, on all the devices that run its new Spartan browser.

And the company sure seems to be delivering in this aspect.

What do you think?

Check out all six images in the gallery above, and let us know your thoughts on how Spartan is shaping up on Windows 10 for Phones