CES 2012 might see the launch of LTE Windows Phones with Mango
Also, it tuns out that the LTE update of Mango is in the hands of manufacturers already, as per WP's product manager Greg Sullivan, who said that everybody has it, but Nokia was just more aggressive with the announcement about upcoming Nokia Windows Phones with LTE connectivity: "I don't think there's any kind of head start [Nokia] gets, but I think Stephen [Elop} was more aggressive in terms of getting out there with the news".
Tango update will allegedly bring support for 320x480 resolutions, but at the same time he said yesterday that WVGA screens have become so cheap that there is no point in supporting anything less than that. Could it be that Microsoft has given up on lower-res Windows Phones for its entry level onslaught? Or maybe the 320x480 support will be reserved for a different chassis on handsets with portrait physical QWERTY? We should know more in two months, when the CES 2012 expo will be here.An interesting thing slipped from Andy Lees about the low-cost Windows Phones plans. The rumored