It appears that some handsets have the technical preview of Windows 10 for phones a bit early, and their owners are happy to share what they see. China-based site ITHome published several screenshots of the new software, which Microsoft will make available later this month, showing a bit more of what we can expect for the company’s mobile platform.
[company]Microsoft[/company]’s handset keyboard gets a selfie or two, with a new feature that moves the keys over to the left or right side of the display — helpful for one-handed typing on a larger phone such as the Lumia 1520.
Also modified is the Windows Settings screen, which was in sore need of an overhaul. Currently, there’s far too much scrolling to get at the setting you’re looking for and even the ordering of the choices seems less than optimal. The new Settings screen appears to rectify that with more information density and…
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