Posts tagged with: Windows Phone Tango
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    Windows Phone Tango is the platform refresh expected to land by mid-2012 aiming to bring Windows Phone to the masses. We've heard rumors of Tango lowering the bar in terms of specs in areas like RAM for instance, where 256MB are mentioned. Truth of the matter is that the current Windows Phone hardware requirements already require "256 MB (or more) of RAM". However, the addition of 85 languages for a total of 120 can bring the platform to the masses. Paul Thurrott believes Tango will be called Windows Phone 7.5.1 and it will mark a shift in Microsoft's policy. Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) ...

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    Stephen Elop went on stage on January 9 at CES to unveil the Nokia Lumia 900 for AT&T. While there was no official information about availability, later reports claimed a March release and an allegedly leaked roadmap indicated March 18 specifically. If the tip we've received in our inbox turns out to be true then Microsoft brick and mortar Stores are taking pre-orders for the AT&T-bound Nokia Lumia 900. One specific store, in Costa Mesa, California, is allegedly glad to take $25 from you despite for the fact that a final price is yet unknown. After handing over the cash future owners are ...

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    Skype for Windows Phone is coming soon, at least that's what we've heard from Skype's VP of Products, Rick Osterloh, who said that the company was "working on a Windows Phone product" while interviewed by Microsoft. Microsofties have been reportedly notified of an incoming Beta version of Skype for Windows Phone. Invitations for the Beta program will be allegedly handed out in the coming weeks and, the e-mail wording goes like this: "Skype for Windows Phone is just around the corner and we've teamed up with the Skype folks to help with beta testing. If you are receiving this newsletter ...

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    The next update for Windows Phone, codenamed Tango, is rumored to have two main characteristics that are both converging towards the same goal: internationalization. On one hand Tango will help lower the bar in terms of technical specs, thus making devices more accessible internationally and, on the other hand, it will bring support for additional languages. According to recent reports, Windows Phone Tango will offer support for 85 languages in addition to the currently supported 35 in Windows Phone (Mango), for a total of 120. The information was brought by WPSauce that referred to a ...

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