Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones build 12493 new screenshots

Windows 10 for Phones preview

Even though the version of Windows 10 for mobile is not due until later in February, it’s not stopping for leaks screenshots to get into the internet. According to a couple of screenshots published by @s1z33 users on Twitter, show a new updated and more organized Settings page and a new updated Action Center that let users to include one more row to add more quick actions.

Perhaps one thing you’ll notice right away is that both, the new Settings page and Action Center look identical to the Settings app and Action Center currently being develop for the version of Windows 10. Structure is the same, icons are the same, and even the buttons in the notification are the same.

Windows 10 for Phones build 12493

This is how the Settings app and Action Center looks like in Windows 10:

Settings and Action Center on Windows 10

The leaked screenshots, if genuine, are from “Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones build 8.15.12493”. The images look very authentic and I don’t see a reason why they shouldn’t be, everything is in place to what we know the operating system will look like.

Microsoft has yet officially to confirm the release date of the first preview of Windows 10 for phones, but it will be sometime this month. Windows Phone users can already download and install the Windows Phone Insider app to test the early build when it releases.

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