Windows Phone 8 Coverage Center
So, what would you like to know about?
- Windows Phone 8 is officially announced
- Windows Phone 8: the new features
- Mobile OS comparison: Windows Phone 8 vs iOS 6.0 vs Android 4.0
- Windows Phone 8 to use shared core with Windows 8
- Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T plan on offering Windows Phone 8 handsets
- Windows Phone 8 to include the "most complete" digital payment experience with Wallet Hub
- Windows Phone 8 bringing dual-core processors, 720p screens and microSD cards (finally!)
- Windows Phone 8 start screen gets a facelift with free-moving, resizable tiles
- Nokia NAVTEQ maps come to Windows Phone 8 with offline support
- Havok brings its cinematic game physics engine to Windows Phone 8
- NOVA 3, Asphalt 7 arriving on Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 8 coming "this fall"
- Windows Phone 8 Skype integration gets detailed
- Nokia, Samsung, HTC and Huawei will be building Windows Phone 8 devices with Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets
- Existing devices won’t get Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 8 gets Panorama, Burst Shot, Smart Group Shot modes
- Microsoft Windows Phone Summit Liveblog
- Would you move from Android or iOS to Windows Phone 8?
- Which new Windows Phone 8 feature tickles your fancy most?
1. kronos1 posted on 20 Jun 2012, 14:54 4 0
This could be very interesting for perhaps newer and stronger handsets mobile phones, hope HTC Titan will be among few chosen ones for 7.8 update. Looking forward for next generation of phones with fully capable operating system.
2. RoyalTroll (banned) posted on 20 Jun 2012, 16:11 0 9
I think they made an improvement but still not as good as apple or android
6. Jonathan41 posted on 26 Jun 2012, 00:47 0 0
It looks a lot like android to me. Also the new feature are very similar to Android phones as well. I like it though. WP6 was a beautiful OS and it seems like WP7 is following suite.