Right now there's two ways to get your hands on the Windows Phone 8 development tools: the limited and selective official Preview, or through legally questionable channels. While the Preview SDK is based on a newer build of the OS, the unofficial leak was definitely not far behind as it revealed a heap of new features.
So if you wanted a more thorough hands-on look at what Windows Phone 8 looks like for developers, there's a new video from a writer at WinBeta that takes a tour of the emulator. Just to clarify, the 10-minute walkthrough is not based on the Preview SDK, but rather the unofficial tools that surfaced in July (we don't think anyone in the official Preview program would risk getting kicked out or worse, sued for breach of contract).
The video covers most of the basics, but we think it does a pretty good job demonstrating where exactly all of the new features and settings really are. Plus there are a few new discoveries we didn't know about, like the ability to dictate to OneNote with voice commands, and confirmation of other revelations, like the inverted Outlook app. If you've got some spare time, it's worth checking out; you can watch the full video after the break.