The OpenSUSE development team announced release of OpenSUSE Leap 42.1, latest development release of OpenSUSE distribution. This release is different from previous openSUSE releases.
According to official release announcement:
The newest regular release from openSUSE has changes to Grub and Plymouth, which provides an impressive introduction to users setting up and using Leap on their hardware or virtual machines. This new imagery is specific to Leap and openSUSE’s rolling release Tumbleweed will have its own new imagery in the future, which is distinctly different from Leap so users will know what system they are using if they are uses of both distributions. Users wanting a long-term, stable Linux system can expect Leap to use the most advanced long-term supported branch of the Linux kernel, 4.1 series, which provides significant improvements to ARM hardware architecture.
For more information, see complete release announcement here.