Video shows Windows Phone 7.8 on Nokia Lumia 510
Windows 7.8 will eventually make its way elsewhere as an update to Windows Phone 7.5 handsets, and could be launched sometime in the next few weeks. That might not make owners of Windows Phone 7.5 models completely happy since they are not getting the full Windows Phone 8 treatment, and are locked into their current devices for more than a year. Recently, some leaked slides show that for those legacy Windows Phone models, there will be some life after Windows Phone 7.8.
1. waqas77 posted on 24 Nov 2012, 23:33 4 6
I don't know but it's obvious that people will choose the low end Android over it. They need to come up with something really different thing, differnet idea and much more differnet technology in order to get back it's name and position. It's sure it will take a lot of time.
2. XYZ360 posted on 25 Nov 2012, 00:12 8 1
android with WVGA and 256mb ram will lag terribly even with jb
8. Zahidasad posted on 25 Nov 2012, 04:25 2 1
agreed.. WP is too smooth and no backgroung applictaion problems. android is left behind from microsoft's class.
5. KangLee posted on 25 Nov 2012, 00:32 2 1
Sounds like you never used any low end Android handset. They are not that cheap and still lag horribly.
3. anshul0000 posted on 25 Nov 2012, 00:25 0 2
shrink the screen to 3.5 and double the ram.....
4. thunderising posted on 25 Nov 2012, 00:32 1 1
What I was thinking. They can really do some cutting here and there and make a better budget device.
How much will including 512 MB RAM cost them? Not much. And the smaller 3.7" display was good enough.
6. hitman1 posted on 25 Nov 2012, 00:37 1 1
huh I used android mid range like htc wildfire s 512ram
believe me it lags too much and so slow . still I not use windows phone 7.x but it look better than android low end mid end
7. wendygarett (limited) 6 days ago posted on 25 Nov 2012, 01:00 1 1
Lol spec reasonable but not wp8? No thanks :)
9. cornerofthemoon posted on 25 Nov 2012, 07:16 2 1
I haven't tried Windows Phone 8, however WP7 has been far more reliable and bug-free than any other Android product that I've had. Windows may not have the apps but a crash-free gadget does have its advantages.
10. Credo posted on 25 Nov 2012, 07:31 1 1
I want that update on my Lumia 900, i don't care about this low end phone
11. Edmund posted on 25 Nov 2012, 16:50 1 0
Funny how tech sites never mention the fact that 75% of android users cannot install updated google services such as google NOW, Chrome web browser, google calendar, and YouTube for Google TV.