While the Mango update for the Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system was released not too long ago, we do know that the next version of the update will be known as Tango. Well, just what kind of goodies will Tango offer? It seems that it will target low-end models that are part of the Windows Phone ecosystem, sporting 480 x 320 chassis support as well as LTE connectivity to the masses.
If you are looking at a far more visually appealing upgrade, then you would do well to look out for the Apollo update that is said to support multicore chipsets as well as HD displays, similar in direction that high-end Android smartphones are taking. The big problem is this – no one knows when Tango and Apollo are supposed to arrive in the market, and all this uncertainty is going to push fence sitters to either Android or iOS camps for sure. After all, brand loyalty can only get you so far these days. Customers are far more informed and discerning as well.
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