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New Windows 10 preview for phones released with Spartan and more

Microsoft just announced that it is releasing a new Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones. Build 10051 includes plenty of new features but, even better, it also includes support for a much larger range of phones.

There are tons of things to check out. The release marks the first time that Microsoft’s new Project Spartan browser is making its way to mobile. Microsoft said it’s still a very “early version” but that you can test new reading view and reading list features and take a first look at how it will operate. For now, it’s still installed in addition to the existing IE11 browser.

Microsoft also includes new Outlook Mail and Outlook Calendar updates, which feature a new user interface and support for swipe gestures. Also, the Messaging application has a new design and lets you “easily upgrade from a messaging conversation to a voice call with one click,” Microsoft said. Other apps, such as People and Maps, are also refreshed in the latest update.

Now the great news: Microsoft expanded support of the technical preview to include all of these phones:

  • Lumia 1020
  • Lumia 1320
  • Lumia 1520
  • Lumia 520
  • Lumia 525
  • Lumia 526
  • Lumia 530
  • Lumia 530 Dual Sim
  • Lumia 535
  • Lumia 620
  • Lumia 625
  • Lumia 630
  • Lumia 630 Dual Sim
  • Lumia 635
  • Lumia 636
  • Lumia 638
  • Lumia 720
  • Lumia 730
  • Lumia 730 Dual SIM
  • Lumia 735
  • Lumia 810
  • Lumia 820
  • Lumia 822
  • Lumia 830
  • Lumia 920
  • Lumia 925
  • Lumia 928
  • Microsoft Lumia 430
  • Microsoft Lumia 435
  • Microsoft Lumia 435 Dual SIM
  • Microsoft Lumia 435 Dual SIM DTV
  • Microsoft Lumia 532
  • Microsoft Lumia 532 Dual SIM
  • Microsoft Lumia 640 Dual SIM
  • Microsoft Lumia 535 Dual SIM

That list should cover plenty of folks who have been waiting for support for their handset. Hit the source below to learn more and get started.

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Todd Haselton

Todd Haselton has been writing professionally since 2006 during his undergraduate days at Lehigh University. He started out as an intern with...

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