First tablet running Windows Phone pictured


Microsoft unveiled Windows 10 today, and also showed of a family of devices running the OS, ranging from an Xbox to a small Internet of Things board.

One device pictured did however particularly catch our eye.  The rather large device appears to be a tablet running the Windows Phone OS.

The main clue that it is a phone OS is the presence of the 3 traditional Windows phone keys, the back, start and search keys.

Different from the usual Windows Phone OS however is the clear presence of a coloured background, and different groups of tiles, arranged vertically rather than horizontally, and this may represent the first look of what the unified OS of Windows Phone and Windows 8 will look like on the tablet side.

What do our readers think of the look of the new OS on tablets? Let us know below.

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