A few people have been lucky enough to download the new Windows 10 for phones build 10051, while many others are still pressing "check for updates" button every 10 seconds. We've just installed it on our Lumia 635 and we're now exploring the new features. You can see the full changelog here. While you're still waiting, check out some of the screenshots we've collected so far!
Phone & Messaging
Mail and Calendar
Some of the highlights include the new Project Spartan browser as well as new apps for Mail, Calendar, Phone, People, Maps, and Messaging. The app switcher has also been updated. Window 10 for phones build 10051 also includes several fixes and improvements. We'll have a hands-on video soon, so stay tuned.
Have you been able to download the new preview build yet? Let us know in the comments!
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