A plethora of screenshots depicting Windows 10 for phones have been spotted online.
Check out the following screenshots to get a sneak peek of what Microsoft is likely to offer in the first Technical Preview build, which will be released later this month. While we know a lot of goodies that Microsoft has introduced in Windows 10, the leaked screenshots suggests there are a few more surprises including, the new context menu, small keyboard and recording app.
The following screenshot is claimed to be of the new context menu of the Windows 10 phones version, which is extremely compact as compared to the previous Windows Phone version.
The Store interface (screenshot below) of Windows 10 does not bring much change, but the screenshot shows new keyboard clusters that have the ability to move and change the layout or, quick access to the settings of the keyboard.
This is the hand mode of Windows 10, with small keyboard and voice input feature.
This represents the initial boot screen after installation.
In the application interface, you can find the app area has been rearranged with the search button on top. Besides, the File Explorer app is now integrated with a new interface.
Below are a few universal apps for Windows 10 such as Alarm app, which now has more features.
The page installing wallpaper for lock screen changes more intuitively. The screenshot shows Windows 10 will have a real-time clock on the lock screen, with an optional 'Advanced Settings'.
Start screen background
Windows 10 supports recording application. The screenshot shows the application interface and the recording list page.
New double height tile options.
New phone dialer, which makes better use of the screen.
Universal Xbox video app.
Universal map app with off-line maps.
No USB OTG.