According to information, Microsoft is working on a major renewal of Windows 10 Mobile, although the company has never said a word about it, probably because plans could change overnight if something goes wrong as planned. This expected upgrading of the mobile platform is said to include a new application called Photos.
Basically, Photos is being viewed as a more sophisticated photo viewer and editor so that, in addition to opening photos on your device, you can also apply a series of edits, such as cropping and rotation, improving filters and other settings.
Photos already support some basic edits, but with the upcoming update it will be even more advanced, with options for adjusting advanced photo settings such as shade and clarity.
In addition, you'll also be able to draw a photo similar to what you can now do in the WhatsApp Photo Editor that appears before you share a photo with a contact. This is probably a feature that could work well with a stylus on Windows 10 devices and, with a little luck, with a pen which comes with a more advanced Windows 10 smartphone like Surface Phone.
At this point, it is not yet known whether her plans microsoft still include the transfer of this revised Photospeed into Windows Mobile 10 devices, but there is a good chance this will not happen before the Fall Creators Update coming in September.
So far, Microsoft has focused entirely on bug fixes for the Windows 10 Mobile Fall Creators update and there is hardly any new smartphone option this time. On the other hand, the next update may include more significant mobile changes, so we expect the update of Photos.