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A new leaked photo posted by WindowsBlogItalia suggests that the default Windows 10 Mobile camera app will get a Panorama mode option, which is available on most mobile devices. Microsoft is slowly copying many of the features that have been introduced on Android handsets, which is not necessarily a bad thing for users who are envious because many features and application are available only for Google’s platform.

The person who shared the image has also given details about how the Panorama mode is implemented and how it is to create a panoramic photo. So, after opening the camera pp, the phone will be put in the vertical position and users will which is the starting point in the left side, they will tap on the Panorama button and move slowly to the right. During this time will be taken multiple images which will be stitched together (horizontally), into a single panoramic photo.

This is the same method used on Android devices and this mode will finally come to Windows 10 Mobile, being available on the Lumia 950 and the Lumia 950 XL, in a first phase. Then, gradually, Microsoft will roll out the Panorama mode to other Lumia phones, later in 2016, after it will be firstly released to Windows Insiders who own one of the aforementioned devices.

It is known that the primary camera placed on the rear side of the Lumia 950 and 950 XL is using PureView technology and Carl Zeiss optics, it supports a resolution of 20MP and has an aperture of f/1.9. Some of the features include optical image stabilization, triple-LED RGB flash, QHD video capture and more. If the Panorama mode will be added inside the default Windows 10 Mobile camera app, users will be very happy, because they will no longer need to take 2-3 photos of the landscape, in order to not miss any detail, as all details will be found in one single photo.