First Windows Phone 10 build shows up


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Studio384

Yep, it's happening. Today, the first Windows Phone 10 build showed up (http://www.computemark.com/wpb/index.php?osses=true&), being build 10.0.11345. 2 important things to know about this:

 

- Some people said that 8.15.12xxx was the Windows Phone 10 branch, however, compared to that branch, the build number dropped, which is impossible, thus, 8.15 is another update.

- It's the first Windows Phone build to show up with 10.0. :)

 

Exciting times ahead. :)

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indospot

I hope a public build is released for the DP channel in January too!

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George P

It'd be interesting if 8.15 is a big GDR update, makes things interesting.

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indospot

Could be a simple kernel change like what we saw in the TP. 8.15 could be WP10 internally until now.

 

EDIT: Oops, never mind, the build number dropped. Then I dunno. There won't be much time between now and 10 for a big update to come out.

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bc3tech

Yep, it's happening. Today, the first Windows Phone 10 build showed up (http://www.computemark.com/wpb/index.php?osses=true&), being build 10.0.11345. 2 important things to know about this:

 

- Some people said that 8.15.12xxx was the Windows Phone 10 branch, however, compared to that branch, the build number dropped, which is impossible, thus, 8.15 is another update.

- It's the first Windows Phone build to show up with 10.0. :)

 

Exciting times ahead. :)

8.15 first showed up in my app's logs around 11/11 https://twitter.com/bc3tech/status/537811787437977600 https://twitter.com/bc3tech/status/540141923374088192

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elenarie

Tbh, I will not be excited until they deliver a complete Windows experience on the phone. I don't need all the hundred background services that would waste the battery, but I am tired of all the limitations and restrictions.

 

It is 2014, and the phones are still considered situational embedded devices. -_-

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adrynalyne

I mostly just wanted to see the app gapp close some.

 

 

I ended up going back to Android because of it.

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