Microsoft may have recently released its first Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones, but that hasn’t diminished our interest in leaks that show off the update and more of its features.
Several screenshots that show different features of the Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones have been posted by Chinese site ITHome. Some of the goodies that are shown off include Microsoft’s new Project Spartan browser, a slightly refreshed task manager, and support for a third-party app to filter spam calls and messages as well as use caller ID.
Windows 10 for phones will bring with it several notable features. In the looks department, we’ll see full wallpapers for your Start screen and a refreshed Settings app. Microsoft is also throwing in actionable notifications, a keyboard that can be resized and moved around the display to make one-handed use possible on larger screens.
If you’ve got a Lumia 630, Lumia 635, Lumia 636, Lumia 638, Lumia 730, and Lumia 830, you can download the Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones right now and check it out for yourself. To do so, just sign up to be a Windows Insider and then install the Windows Insider app on your device. However, not all of the features that are coming with the update are available in the current build.
What do you think of Windows 10 for phones so far?