However we’re sure that there are some features and design aspects of the browser that some of you guys might not necessarily like, but thankfully it seems that Project Spartan for mobile’s design has yet to be finalized. This was confirmed by the Internet Explorer Developer Team who took to Twitter to chat with their users.
According to one user, it seems that they did not particularly like the design of Project Spartan on their phone, particularly the placement of the address bar. The user wrote, “And why would you put the address bar at the top on mobile? Terrible UX says my Lumia.” The team then replied by saying, “The designs for the phone aren’t final yet, but know that we see EVERY bit of feedback on this very hot topic.”
The team also confirmed that Flash will not be part of the Project Spartan browser simply because Adobe is no longer developing Flash for mobile. Windows 10 is expected to be launched in the summer but no specific release dates have been set yet.