Windows 10 for phones Technical Preview is already available for a number of devices. If you’re anxiously waiting for the new build to hit more, higher-end devices, there’s a piece of good news for new. Some alleged screenshots of the alleged Windows 10 for phones preview build 10038.12518 have leaked from Chinese shores.
The alleged screenshots shows a number of new features which will be introduced with the upcoming Windows 10 for phones preview build. The new features aren’t too extraordinary and polishes the overall look and feel of the operating system, including the new black font, some visual changes, and a revamped phone dialer. Furthermore, users will be able to pin certain settings such as camera or USB settings, and more to the Start Screen, new keyboard options, and several other improvements and enhancements.
The new build isn’t official available at the moment, and it’s not entirely clear whether this will be the next preview build for Insiders. There’s no word from Microsoft about it, but the build showcased in the images do show some handy improvements to boost the user experience, nor any word about its rollout. However, whenever it will happen, it will bring support for more devices, Microsoft confirmed. You can check out the complete gallery of screenshots at the link below, and share your thoughts using the comments below. We’ll update you as soon as the new build is released.
Support for more devices would definitely be the most welcomed addition as there are several high-end device owners who are waiting for the Windows 10 for phones Technical Preview to hit their devices so they could experience what the new operating system has to offer. You can check out our hands-on with Windows 10 for phones here, and see what the new operating system has to offer when it comes to smartphones.