By Stephen Schenck | September 15, 2011 4:49 PM
Windows Phone 7.5 Mango hardware is bringing with it front-facing cameras to the platform, and you can’t very well have those without needing a video-chat app. Since hearing about HTC’s Titan and Radar, we’ve known that Tango (the multi-platform video chat company, not the most-Mango update) software would be coming to Windows Phone. Now Microsoft has put together a video to show us what we can expect from video calls with Tango.
Microsoft’s Aaron Woodman demos the app with the HTC Titan, showing how calls are set up and giving us some early indication of video quality. While the audio’s a bit hard to make out, video looks relatively crisp and clear, just like we’d expect it to, but there are some noticeable lag problems.
Tango’s currently available for Android and iOS, and is coming soon to PCs and (obviously) Windows Phone.