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Windows 10 Build 10051: New Mail and Calendar app arrives

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Windows 10 Build 10051’s release notes has recently leaked onto the internet. The latest build doesn’t sound like a large upgrade from Build 10049, however, the build includes two new apps. On Windows 10 Build 10051, the Mail and Calendar app is new and universal. As you can see in the screenshot above, both of the apps has a much cleaner and beautiful UI than the previous ones. Here are some screenshots of the new Mail and Calendar app (credit: @rlinev):




It’s worth mentioning that Build 10051 comes with another new app, dubbed as Microsoft Family. However, the app isn’t working on this build just yet.

Source: Roman (Twitter)

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Nokia Moneypenny leaked screenshot reveals dual-SIM support

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Recent leaks have revealed that the Nokia’s  codenamed Moneypenny device is likely to be Nokia’s first dual-SIM Lumia 630/Lumia 635 smartphone. Serial leakster @evleaks has posted reportedly a screenshot from the Moneypenny, the all-touch device from those earlier rumors. Report claims that the Moneypenny is the first dual-SIM Windows Phone which is very popular in emerging markets like China and India.

As seen in the image above, on the right-top corner we see two network bars, which indicate that the Lumia 630/635 is a dual-SIM 3G device. Additionally, at the bottom it shows three buttons, which means that the forthcoming device is likely to be Nokia’s first to boast onscreen buttons.
As per earlier rumors, Nokia Moneypenny is set to be Nokia’s first smartphone to run on the Windows Phone Blue or 8.1 Blue update. So we likely won’t hear anything official about it until Microsoft reveals Windows Phone 8.1. The update is expected to come with 3D touch gesture support, a notification center, a redesigned calendar and will feature a better multitasking menu as well as a Siri-like voice assistant called Cortana.
So far Moneypenny has been spotted in India for testing and is expected to pack a 4.5-inch display. It’s expected to go for about $130 when it launches.

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