WindowsPhone-02-580-75According to Israeli publication, an European distributor for Nokia (while having close ties to the Finnish smartphone manufacturer, this does not automatically make all information from said source 100% accurate) has stepped forward to claim that the Windows Phone 8 operating system that will run on Nokia’s range of Lumia smartphones will hit the market before the year is over. Since Windows Phone 8 supports the Hebrew language, it would not be too far out of place to have strong faith in what was revealed, but as usual, unless something official is announced by Nokia or Microsoft themselves, we will still take such leaks and revelations with a grain of salt. Apart from additional language support, Microsoft’s mobile targeted Windows Phone 8 is also tipped to offer microSD memory card support, multi-core processors, higher resolution displays as well as a greater degree of phone compatibility. What do you make of this? Do you think it has a semblance of truth, or is it a red herring to throw us off balance?

Filed in Cellphones. Read more about and .

Discover more from Ubergizmo

Subscribe now to keep reading and get access to the full archive.

Continue reading