By Jaime Rivera | January 30, 2014 3:04 PM
A lot of us are becoming impatient with the launch of Windows Phone 8.1. With the existence of Android 4.4 KitKat, and of iOS 7, it’s clear that Microsoft missed a lot of opportunities this holiday season against competition. Still, the fact that we get the update is not as important as the fact that we all have a big wish list of things we’d like to see improved, and some leaks confirm that we are.
Probably one of the biggest annoyances by all that use Windows Phone is the way the OS handles its volume control. We’ve seen early leaks that Microsoft will provide separate volume controls for Windows Phone 8.1, but today we see the first leaked screen shots of the service. Obviously there is a large possibility that this could just be a good Photoshop job, but at this point, it’s hard for it not to be real.
We expect Microsoft to announce Windows Phone 8.1 on a couple of Nokia devices at MWC 2014, so we’ll definitely keep an eye on all the new features that the company might announce while we cover the event. Hopefully this is one of the features that won’t get pulled at last minute.