Earlier this month Microsoft revealed that Windows 10 for smartphones won't be shipping at the same time as the desktop version, saying that it will arrive "later in the year."
This likely disappointed many wielding a Lumia smartphone, but with Windows 10 set to overhaul the mobile experience - no doubt as Microsoft looks to boost its lowly market share - it's an update that is worth waiting for.
We've rounded up the top five Windows 10 features coming to your Windows smartphone below.
One of Windows 10's standout features is univeral apps, which means that applications will work across phones, tablets and PCs.
This means that, much like the iPhone does with Macs, Windows handset will work hand-in-hand with desktop devices. For example, if you clear an app on your phone, it will also clear on your PC, and Microsoft has announced that full Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps will be available on mobile devices.
Improved user interface
Windows 10 Mobile won't look identical to the PC version, but it won't be far off. For example, a custom background image will show through translucent live tiles, and you'll be able to see recently used apps by swiping the screen.
Windows 10 will also bring with it a new layout to the settings screen, making it look a lot more like the version found on desktop and tablets.
Microsoft Edge, previously codenamed Project Spartan, will be made available on Windows Phone handsets. The browser promises to boost performance compared to Internet Explorer, and Microsoft claims that it will make your more productive on the web.
The biggest addition is that on desktop at least you will be able mark up web pages with notes and drawings and then share them with other users, though we're not sure whether this feature will be available on the smartphone version or not.
iOS and Android apps
One of these will enable Android Java and C++ code from Android apps to run on Windows, while a second will enable developers to take iOS objective C used for iPhone and iPad apps and compile it within Visual Studio as a Windows app.
Windows 10 Mobile will also bring with it a new keyboard. The Word Flow keyboard will be improved for one-handed use, and Windows handset users will be able to voice input to reply to messages by clicking the microphone button. Microsoft claims the speech system is sophisticated enough to recognise names, hashtags and insert punctuation.
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