There have been reports that Microsoft is currently working on Windows Phone 8 Apollo and that handsets with the latest build of Windows Phone are currently being tested. Thanks to DSLReport’s mobile site, it would appear that two Windows Phone devices with Windows Phone 8 are currently being tested and have apparently hooked onto both T-Mobile and Verizon’s network in order to test their speeds. The devices are “Nokia Fluid” and “Qualcomm Fluid”, with the former testing out T-Mobile’s network while the latter appears to have hooked onto Verizon’s network and based on the speeds, the Qualcomm Fluid device is most likely trying out LTE suggesting that at the very least, one Windows Phone 8 handset with LTE is in the works. WMPoweruser has also reported that according to their server logs, they too have spotted Windows Phone 8 handsets on T-Mobile and Verizon’s networks with screen resolutions of 768×768 and 480×480 (a bit odd for phones).
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