A beta for Windows Phone’s upcoming operating system has been live for a little over a week now.
And while it’s still not perfect, the preview is showing some really interesting things.
Windows Phone 8 is the first phone to use a Windows 10 desktop environment, which means we’ll be able to look at the OS’s UI from a new perspective than what we’re used to on Windows phones.
And for developers, it’s the first time that they’ll be given the opportunity to get started right away.
The preview was available for Windows 8.x, 8.2, and 8.3.
The current preview is only available for people with a Windows 8 computer, so you’ll need to have Windows 8 to try it out.
And with it being Windows Phone 7.1, it can’t run on any other OS, so this preview is basically an unofficial preview of Windows Phone 10.
If you have a Windows Phone device and want to try Windows Phone 9, you can find the latest preview in the Windows Phone Store right now.