A Weibo post from a Microsoft Software Engineer Institute Director claims that the first official Windows 10 Mobile ROM may be released for the Xiaomi Mi4 - an Android handset - around Thanksgiving.
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It's not 'Windows 10 for phones', 'Windows Phone 10', or anything else: Microsoft has confirmed that the new version of its OS for smartphones and small tablets will be called 'Windows 10 Mobile'.
New features are available in the Lumia Camera Beta app, including an updated design and selfie stick support - but these additions are only available for two handsets running the Windows 10 preview.
Microsoft is perpetually compiling new builds of Windows 10 for phones and for the PC; Gabe Aul said on Twitter today that if all goes well with the current tests, 10080 will be the next phone build.
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It looks like Microsoft is ramping up to push out a new build of Windows 10 for phones as the company has updated its help documentation, which shows off a couple of new features too.
A new build of Windows 10 for phones is being shown off in numerous screenshots. New transparency options, new colors and the Office universal apps previews are showing up for the first time.
Microsoft is testing a new Lumia handset in India, which was spotted on import logs into the country. It's likely a new device that will be released alongside Windows 10 later this year.
Not only is the People Hub getting a revamp on Windows 10 but new backend capabilities are also being added, which will allows developers to better integrate and access their services across the OS.
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Microsoft has published a blog post about the UI of various applications and the Windows 10 operating system on smartphones, revealing the transition from Modern design to a new hybrid language.
Microsoft's Joe Belfiore has revealed that the company will be publishing a blog post about the evolution of the Windows 10 UI on phones later today after failing to show it during the BUILD keynote.
A new video published by Microsoft is showcasing it's just-announced Continuum for Windows 10 phones feature, and it also clarifies that the feature will require new devices.
After launching last year as an app, now new Lumia 'gestures' are under consideration to be included in a future version. Microsoft is also hinting that the new features will be baked into Windows 10.
The preview Office apps on Windows 10 just got an update. Unfortunately there's no changelog, but this seems to be prep work for the upcoming mobile release expected at BUILD later this week.
A single screenshot of Windows 10 for phones build 10070 has leaked online showing off a minor change in the start screen. It is not known if this build is the one which will be released this month.
The Lumia 640 was one of the many handsets that Microsoft added to its latest Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones - but the company now says that some 640s won't be able to install it after all.
According to data from AdDuplex, Windows 10 for phones is just starting to make a mark on Windows OS market share, but it has a long way to go before it'll even beat Windows Phone 7.
Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 for phones build 10052 to Fast ring users; this build is a small update to build 10051, which was released a few days ago.
An unreleased build of of Windows 10 for Phones has found its way into the hands of someone outside the walls of Redmond and the user has created a hands on video of the new features.
Are you bored of the Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones' design? A Windows Phone enthusiast has created a concept of what he believes could be the ideal OS, a design which may please everyone.
Now that more than a week has passed since Windows 10 for phones became available, did you roll back to Windows Phone 8.1, or are you sticking with it? Share your experience with us.
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Microsoft has announced today that Office Universal apps for Windows Phone will hit the preview stage later this month and hints that a new OS build could be on the way for phones too.
Microsoft says it's 'temporarily pausing availability' for three handsets of its latest Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones, build 10051, after some devices were bricked while rolling back to 8.1.
HTC's chief financial officer has said that the company is 'working closely' with Microsoft to develop its first Windows 10 handset, and says that more details will be revealed this summer.
In the latest build of Windows 10 for phones, Microsoft has shown that they are doing away with their design language in favor of a more utilitarian approach that is used within other ecosystems.
After installing the new Windows 10 preview for phones, some users were surprised to find that they could not enter their SIM PIN without the phone freezing - but we've got a few workarounds.
Microsoft rolled out a new Windows 10 preview for phones on Friday, introducing some fairly noticeable changes in the OS. What are your first impressions after using build 10051 over the weekend?
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Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 for phones and with it comes new features, including a new Outlook app and Calendar app. After the jump we have a gallery and a few first impressions.
Earlier today, Microsoft released Windows 10 for phones and with it comes the first look at the new mobile browser, Spartan. After the jump we have a gallery and a rundown of the features.
Two months after releasing its first Windows 10 preview for phones, Microsoft has finally rolled out a new build today - and the good news is that it's available to almost the entire Lumia range.
While Microsoft has released build 10051 of the Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones with many new features, it has fixed some annoying issues that were present in the previous build as well.
Having announced the release of the new Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones today, Microsoft has documented some of the most significant known issues in the new version, build 10051.
Build 10051 of the Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones is finally live and it brings with itself a host of new features including the Microsoft's new browser, Spartan and a task switcher.
An update for Windows 10 for phones is just around the corner, but new images of the update have already leaked, showing the new task switcher, Outlook calendar, Outlook email and People app.
The second Windows 10 preview for phones is coming today - two months after the first one was released. Are you planning to install the new build on your handset, or will you give it a miss?
Some new alleged screenshots of Windows 10 for phones have shown up online, claiming to show some big UI changes coming to Microsoft's mobile OS including a new app switcher with four cards.
Microsoft will release a new build of Windows 10 for phones this Friday at 10 AM PT but it will not include a release for the Lumia Icon or the Lumia 930.