Windows 10 Technical Preview available to more Lumia Phones

We know that till now Microsoft has revealed Technical Preview of Windows 10 for only some Lumia phones. But here is some good news that Preview is now available for all 35 Lumia phones from 430 to Lumia 1520. Before this we also wrote that first Microsoft is not providing preview for low-end phones like 520 and 620. But as said it is now available.

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Users who are in Windows Insider program, have access to windows 10 and helping Microsoft to make this OS bugs free and shape the future of Windows for more than 1.5 billion people using Windows around the world.

From today, the Windows 10 technical preview now available for 35 Lumia devices from Lumia 430 to Lumia 530.

Here are some more devices on which Preview is available to download

  • 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

Still Not available to these phones due to technical issue in phones hardware. As said they are working to resolve the situation and expect to see support for them in the near future – so stay tuned

  • Lumia 640 XL, 930, Lumia Icon

Build 10051 of the Windows 10 Technical Preview includes Project Spartan and a range of new universal apps as well as an updated app switcher that makes it easier to switch between programs and works in landscape place.

Project Spartan: An early version of Project Spartan is available in this flight. It uses our new rendering engine to give greater interoperability with the modern mobile web, and includes early versions of Reading View and Reading List. For now, Project Spartan is not the default browser, and exists side-by-side with IE11. You can find it in the All Apps list and pin it to your Start Screen from there. Please send feedback on sites and design.

Additionally, if you’re a Windows Insider, let us know how you’re getting on with the new build in the comments below.

NOTE: We recommend that you install Windows 10 Technical Preview on a secondary device, not your day-to-day phone.