We've received screenshots offering a first look of Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones. The screenshots showcase the action center, which includes an expanded list of toggles extending up to three rows. Also highlighted is the new Settings pane, which lists options under different categories.
And if they're truly genuine it looks like we might see a message from Seattle Seahawks Quarterback, Russell Wilson, stating "every setback has a major comeback." He was of course referring to the Seahawks dramatic Super Bowl loss to the Patriots, but it's incredibly apt given the adventure Microsoft is about to embark upon with Windows.
Another new feature is likely the addition of larger vertical tiles. As of now, there's no word as to when the preview will hit, but it's coming. We'll let you know as soon as it launches.
How many of you are interested in installing the Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones as soon as it is available?
Thanks for the tip Anon!
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