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:
Above: Microsoft VP Joe Belfiore holding a Lumia 1520, running Windows 10
Here’s the new keyboard in Windows 10.
And here’s Word for Windows 10, which will be included for free on phones.
And here’s Powerpoint.
Outlook will be a universal app — it will run on phones, tablets, and PCs.
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).
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