Yesterday we reported rumours that Windows Phone 8.1 will include both a notification center and a Siri-like voice assistant, and now it seems those rumours might be true after a leaked image appeared on WMPowerUser earlier today.

Showing off the notification customisation settings in a blurry screenshot, the leaked image seems to show how users will customise the four available quick access settings, as well as toggle notifications on and off for specific applications, much like iOS and Android.

There’s also an option to allow apps to show banner notifications, which we presume will be shown much like the top drop-down notifications that are featured on iOS.

Rumours also suggest that swiping from the top to the bottom of the screen will bring up the notification center, or you can short press the top to bring up Quick Settings, or long press to bring up the full notifications panel.

Microsoft is expected to reveal Windows Phone 8.1 during their BUILD developer conference in April 2014.

Source: WMPowerUser

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