By Anton D. Nagy | January 30, 2012 3:36 AM
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 developer event in India where the information might have been made public. In addition to more languages, Windows Phone will also bring support for C++ in its future iterations, according to the same report.
The original source post for the story has been taken down (probably due to a notice from Microsoft) which lends even more credibility to the information. Should we expect this information to be officially unveiled at the upcoming Mobile World Congress?