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Windows Phone 10 leak allegedly shows off screens

By Anton D. Nagy January 17, 2015, 1:17 am

Whether you call it Windows Phone 10, or Windows 10 for phones, it is indeed the next generation Microsoft mobile platform to grace phones (how many of the current phones is yet unknown), and is expected to be unveiled next week at a certain January 21 special event.

Until then, we can look at these images from China, which allegedly show off some of the details of the upcoming OS. The Windows Phone 10 leak above allegedly shows off the Start screen with a background image — though questions arise concerning tile transparency, or lack of it — and tile group titles which, in this particular case, we’re being told they say Start and Office.


The images below purportedly represent the Settings screen, but that’s all this Windows Phone 10 leaks brings to the table, and we’re not even sure whether to believe what we see, or not. In any case, keep skeptical until the 21st.

Windows Phone 10 leak

Source: Weibo
Via: WMPowerUser


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