A cornucopia of alleged Windows 10 for phone screenshots have been posted to Chinese site ITHome. The images show just about every aspect of the OS that you can think of, including the keyboard that can be shrunk and stuck to one side of the screen, the Action Center with three rows of quick toggles, the updated Settings app, and a new voice recording app that’ll save your clips in OneDrive or send them over email.
While Windows 10 for phones may not look like a huge update at first glance, there are a ton of changes that are aimed at improving the overall usability of the OS. For example, the shrinking keyboard that can stick to one side of the screen will make it easier to use phablets like the Lumia 1520.
Microsoft will roll out the first Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones sometime in February. What do you think of Windows 10 for phones so far?