Some new screenshots have leaked online which reveals some new features of Windows 10 for phone.
The Technical Preview of Windows 10 for phones is only a matter of days before it’s release
There are some notable changes although not in UI aesthetics.
These include new keyboard options. Typing on large phones can be a real pain, or almost impossible, single-handedly, which is what Microsoft looks to address in the above screenshots. Also, voice input directly accessible on the keyboard.
Another new feature revealed in the leak is a separate recording app, which enables users to simply record voice input and save the end results for sharing via email and OneDrive.
NOTE: This doesn’t support Voice call recording, at least yet
Then the alarm app has been redesigned to match what’s offered in Windows 10 for the PC.
Microsoft is looking to kick off the preview program for Windows 10 on phones and release initial builds to early adopters at some point in February
Microsoft has stated all phones running Windows Phone 8 will be upgraded to the final public release