Later this month Microsoft is going to conduct an event where it will unveil the consumer version of Windows 10. The upcoming software was first announced last year after which a technical preview was also released. It goes without saying that at some point in time Windows 10 is going to make its way over to smartphones as well, no one knows when, the latest leak suggests that Windows 10 is already up and running on smartphones.
A picture which purportedly shows Windows 10 for smartphones have been leaked online. It comes from an unverified source with no track record so don’t forget that grain of salt.
So far Microsoft hasn’t talked much about the mobile version of Windows 10, even though it inevitably will have to at some point. From what we can gather it looks like the next iteration will bring support for a full background wallpaper. Windows Phone 8.1 only allows background to fill Live Tiles, one can see in the screenshot that the wallpaper also occupies space behind the app tiles.
It goes without saying that since this is a leak from an unverified source the possibility exists that this image might be a fake, so don’t doubt that possibility for a second, at least at this point in time when details about Windows 10 for smartphones are very scarce.
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