Today Microsoft unveiled how Windows 10 will look and feel on a smartphone.

Microsoft gave us a first look at the new OS today during its Windows 10 event in Seattle. Windows 10’s arrival on smartphones is by no means surprising — but now Windows fans have a closer look at how the OS will work. Let’s dive right in:

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Above: Microsoft VP Joe Belfiore holding a Lumia 1520, running Windows 10

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Here’s the new keyboard in Windows 10.

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And here’s Word for Windows 10, which will be included for free on phones.

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And here’s Powerpoint.

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Outlook will be a universal app — it will run on phones, tablets, and PCs.

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Here’s Microsoft’s Photos app, another universal application.

As we’ve said, Microsoft has as many as six big announcements planned for today, including a sneak peek at Windows Phone 10, a new browser (codenamed “Spartan”), and the next big step for Cortana (Microsoft’s Siri competitor).

For more, check out all of our Windows 10 event coverage right here.