CES 2012 might see the launch of LTE Windows Phones with Mango
0. phoneArena 08 Nov 2011, 06:49 posted on
The LTE update for Windows Phone Mango is already in the hands of manufacturers, it's just that Nokia was most vocal announcing that it has LTE Windows Phones in the works, said Microsoft's Greg Sullivan...
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1. nyamo (Posts: 274; Member since: 19 Mar 2011)
if MS didn't follow apple with needing software to load/remove files from the phones i would be more into this announcement. i'm hoping with windows 8 that they will allow a PnP feature
6. Lucas777 (Posts: 2137; Member since: 06 Jan 2011)
eh it is something that is greater for most people.. at least on apple u have cydia to do everything… i jailbroke my wp and there realy wasnt much cept for the ability to change all the colors…
3. drahmad (Posts: 480; Member since: 20 Aug 2011)
three screen resoultions (and only three) one low, one mid range and one high resolution is a much better option with respect to android's unlimited number resolutions . those much resoultions confuse the developers what to optimise for....i think so.
4. PhoneLuver (Posts: 480; Member since: 05 Jul 2010)
Is it just me or is Windows Phone evolving at a very slow pace? I honestly can't see myself buying a WP Mango device with only a single core. What's the lifespan of such a device? Especially when dual core handsets with larger screens are expected next year.
Additionally, Android should have taken another step forward by then. I honestly believe in the potential of WP, but at it's current rate of progress and basic connection issues like connecting to MS exchange I'm left very disappointed! Why is it easier to connect to MS Exchange from Android or IOS, but a pain in the butt on WP? It seems as though Microsoft has not adopted the leap-frog mentality, heck they'd probably get more customers if they just adopted the catch-up quicker mentality!
5. So-Sayz-Eye (Posts: 30; Member since: 08 Nov 2011)
I dont see the difference between how well WP works with single core compared to Android and its dual core. The only reason I even want WP to have dual core is for HD recording. The OS is optimized for single core so I dont feel hampered by it. But from a sales point of view consumers are stupid and will buy anything that's trending or perceived to be "hot", so if WP is to suceed it seems that MS just has to leapfrog and go straight to quad core and people would consider it more because it has to newest hottest tech.
7. SuperEd (Posts: 122; Member since: 18 Oct 2011)
Consumers are pretty stupid. Really. I need 1/2 MILLION APPS. Sorry, but there is no phone that would EVER be able to use that. And as you say "so"...yea, people think QUAD core is IT! Yea, gotta have all those cores...when in fact a single core WP will whoop most dual core devices. Smoke and mirrors baby.
8. apocalypsebc (Posts: 148; Member since: 07 Dec 2010)
When will more Windows Phone come to Sprint and Verizon?