A couple of years ago, Microsoft have made a breakthrough in their series of operating systems where it made a drastic change from the prior operating systems. With the advent of Windows Phone 7, Microsoft has certainly, made remarkable changes in the platform and design.
And as if this breakthrough happened a long time ago, Microsoft is making an another advancement in their line of operating system in the presence of Windows Phone 8. This new operating system was announced in San Francisco last June 2012 and people are already excited at the new sets of features that businesses, developers and consumers can feast on.
Features That Are Already Certain To Come With the Windows Phone 8
There are a couple of things that we can be certain about with Windows Phone 8 while waiting for its release. One of which is the fact that the Windows Phone 8 will come be based from the fundamentals of that power the Windows 8 operating system for laptops and PCs. This means, the similarity with the Windows 8 operating system between those for smart phones and those for laptops and PCs is more than just in the appearance. Instead, they will be sharing the same media and web browser technology, common file system, networking and security.
Other new features to come with the Windows Phone 8 operating system are the multi-core processor support, support for removable MicroSD cards, NFC wireless sharing, Internet Explorer 10, digital Wallet, cooler apps and games, and much more.
Leaks About Improved Camera, 3-D Maps
While people are trying to endure the excruciating wait until the Windows Phone 8’s release, people just wants to find everything that is there to know about the upcoming Microsoft’s phone operating system. And indeed, people should be feasting about the leaked platform’s software developer kit (SDK) where we can get a good idea about what we can expect with Microsoft’s latest phone operating system.
Among these is the enhanced built-in camera. After years with Windows Phones’ mediocre camera photography features, they have certainly made great improvements by having an entirely new camera API. This way, people can get real-time access to the phone’s video stream. Owners can also adjust the ISO and exposure, make use of multi-frame capture, and different effects for the imaging and filtering. With these editing capabilities, one will be reminded of the very much popular online photo editing app, Instagram.
Another idea that we are able to get from the leaked SDK is the improved Nokia Maps which will make use of a full 3D Mode. This change is a tremendous improvement from the Windows Phone’s previous map feature which made use of Bing Maps. This way, Microsoft will certainly be able to keep up with the fierce competition with Apple and Google when it comes to the phone’s mapping features.
The period between Microsoft’s announcement of the Windows Phone 8 and its release will certainly be an excruciating wait for most consumers. But having these information and leaks for their consumption, there’s reason to hope for the best and most functional smart phone powered by Microsoft’s latest smart phone operating system.
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