We did talk about the possibility of a Samsung device running the Windows Phone 8 operating system, but here we are with something more concrete than just words. We have at least a thousand words, so to speak (pardon the pun here), thanks to an image which was sent in by a reader to PhoneArena, touting it to be a Windows Phone 8 “Apollo” developer build that is being tested on a cyan colored Nokia Lumia 900. Windows Phone 8 is actually Microsoft’s future version of the Windows Phone mobile operating system that is said to deliver multicore chipsets and High Definition screens to the masses who have a soft spot for the Windows Phone platform.
Not only that, there has been references to Windows Phone 8 appearing not only in apps but analytical tools and results, so hopefully there will be something substantial for Redmond to show at the Windows Phone Developer Summit that will be held next month, with whispers on the ground boasting that Windows Phone 8 Apollo will be previewed there as well. What do you think? Is this the real deal, or is it just another Photoshop job?
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